The Culinary Committee Speaks Up!

Kaitlyn says: “My experience at Ronald McDonald House was one of the most memorable ones. I love being able to put a smile on someone’s face especially when they are going through hard times. Good people do not deserve to go through things like this. It makes me feel good to cheer them up and let them know they have our support. I learned to feel thankful for my health and the life I am given.​”

Ethan says: “My experience at Ronald McDonald was great.​.​.​The best part was going in cooking for the families. It’s a great thing because it helps out, say if a family is upset and doesn’t want to cook or anything. So, we come in to make food for them so they don’t have to lift a finger and can sit back and relax while we help out. They get to go and.​.​.​watch TV, work out, etc.​, and when they come back a nice big dinner is waiting for them!​”

Jeannie says: “My time at the Ronald McDonald House was an experience I will never forget. It felt so great to know we could help make a difference.​”

Ed says: This was “an experience that I will never forget.​.​.​because you’re making food for the family that has family members that are sick. I like doing these kind of things because I help people in the process. What I learned from this is team work. When I walked in the building I was normal but when I walked out I felt happy and different.​”

Sappo says: “These are YOUR children! Aren’t you proud of them? We certainly are! We all are looking forward to your comments, letting them know what you think.

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