A few months ago, Warren Gouk and I started the Laurelettes. The idea: a group of dads and daughters, similar to Y-Guides, doing fun — and good — stuff.
Last night was our first example of the latter.
Our activity: feeding the homeless. On Sunday, we (read: the dads) prepped a chicken feast at Seattle Community Church. Last night we served it at a homeless feeding spot at 6th & Cherry underneath the freeway. Roughly 70-80 turned out: the dads and gals did the feeding.
Bad news: there are still homeless people.
Good news: on that night, anyway, they ate better than me.