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Extra Table Fundraiser November 16th

By Clip Syndicate
Fighting hunger while raising awareness about healthier food choices is what the nonprofit group Extra Table is all about and five South Mississippi mayors are using their culinary skills in the fight. The day starts early at Feed my Sheep in Gulfport and for a good cause. Feed my Sheep Executive Director Randy Brownlee said, “We’re here to feed the hungry and the homeless and the needy people in our community just to ensure that they get a good healthy meal at least once a day Monday through Friday.” Gulfport Mayor Billy Hewes lent a hand Tuesday morning and will be putting his culinary skills to the test, paired with a celebrity chef, competing against four other South Mississippi mayors from Bay St. Louis to Pascagoula in this year’s Extra Table fundraiser on November 16th at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino. “We became aware of this particular charity last year and the impact it would have on our food pantry and food pantries across the Coast. It was kind of a no brainer for all of us. You see a direct impact. I think out of last year’s proceeds we fed over 30,000 families across South Mississippi,” said Mayor Hewes. On any given day, Feed my Sheep feeds about six hundred people throughout South Mississippi and that’s what this fundraiser is all about: serving food pantries across the Coast. Beau Rivage Public Relations Director Mary Spain said, “Extra Table is an organization that buys healthy food in bulk and provides it to the existing soup kitchens and food pantries. So, along the Gulf Coast, St. Gerard Outreach will benefit. Loaves and Fishes will benefit. Lord is my Help will benefit. Feed my Sheep and Our Daily Bread, it’s really a one coast event.” The competition among the mayors taking part in this fundraiser is already heating up, Mayor Billy Hewes responding to Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson’s assurance that he will edge out the other four South Mississippi mayors competing, including Mayor Hewes. “He’s young. He’s going to find out some things. Youth and exuberance are no match for old age and treachery, so we’ll just see how that plays out,” said Mayor Hewes. The public is invited to attend. To purchase tickets before the event or for more info visit extratable.org.

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Fighting hunger while raising awareness about healthier food choices is what the nonprofit group Extra Table is all about and five South Mississippi mayors are using their culinary skills in the fight. The day starts early at Feed my Sheep in Gulfport and for a good cause. Feed my Sheep Executive Director Randy Brownlee said, “We’re here to feed the hungry and the homeless and the needy people in our community just to ensure that they get a good healthy meal at least once a day Monday through Friday.” Gulfport Mayor Billy Hewes lent a hand Tuesday morning and will be putting his culinary skills to the test, paired with a celebrity chef, competing against four other South Mississippi mayors from Bay St. Louis to Pascagoula in this year’s Extra Table fundraiser on November 16th at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino. “We became aware of this particular charity last year and the impact it would have on our food pantry and food pantries across the Coast. It was kind of a no brainer for all of us. You see a direct impact. I think out of last year’s proceeds we fed over 30,000 families across South Mississippi,” said Mayor Hewes. On any given day, Feed my Sheep feeds about six hundred people throughout South Mississippi and that’s what this fundraiser is all about: serving food pantries across the Coast. Beau Rivage Public Relations Director Mary Spain said, “Extra Table is an organization that buys healthy food in bulk and provides it to the existing soup kitchens and food pantries. So, along the Gulf Coast, St. Gerard Outreach will benefit. Loaves and Fishes will benefit. Lord is my Help will benefit. Feed my Sheep and Our Daily Bread, it’s really a one coast event.” The competition among the mayors taking part in this fundraiser is already heating up, Mayor Billy Hewes responding to Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson’s assurance that he will edge out the other four South Mississippi mayors competing, including Mayor Hewes. “He’s young. He’s going to find out some things. Youth and exuberance are no match for old age and treachery, so we’ll just see how that plays out,” said Mayor Hewes. The public is invited to attend. To purchase tickets before the event or for more info visit extratable.org.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12524/7162460?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Tue, 07 Nov 2017 23:08:31 +0000 Extra Table Fundraiser November 16th Fighting hunger while raising awareness about healthier food choices is what the nonprofit group Extra Table is all about and five South Mississippi mayors are using their culinary skills in the fight. The day starts early at Feed my Sheep in Gulfport and for a good cause. Feed my Sheep Executive Director Randy Brownlee said, “We’re here to feed the hungry and the homeless and the needy people in our community just to ensure that they get a good healthy meal at least once a day Monday through Friday.” Gulfport Mayor Billy Hewes lent a hand Tuesday morning and will be putting his culinary skills to the test, paired with a celebrity chef, competing against four other South Mississippi mayors from Bay St. Louis to Pascagoula in this year’s Extra Table fundraiser on November 16th at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino. “We became aware of this particular charity last year and the impact it would have on our food pantry and food pantries across the Coast. It was kind of a no brainer for all of us. You see a direct impact. I think out of last year’s proceeds we fed over 30,000 families across South Mississippi,” said Mayor Hewes. On any given day, Feed my Sheep feeds about six hundred people throughout South Mississippi and that’s what this fundraiser is all about: serving food pantries across the Coast. Beau Rivage Public Relations Director Mary Spain said, “Extra Table is an organization that buys healthy food in bulk and provides it to the existing soup kitchens and food pantries. So, along the Gulf Coast, St. Gerard Outreach will benefit. Loaves and Fishes will benefit. Lord is my Help will benefit. Feed my Sheep and Our Daily Bread, it’s really a one coast event.” The competition among the mayors taking part in this fundraiser is already heating up, Mayor Billy Hewes responding to Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson’s assurance that he will edge out the other four South Mississippi mayors competing, including Mayor Hewes. “He’s young. He’s going to find out some things. Youth and exuberance are no match for old age and treachery, so we’ll just see how that plays out,” said Mayor Hewes. The public is invited to attend. To purchase tickets before the event or for more info visit extratable.org. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12524/7162460?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WXXV mahan >> for to it thanks ryan- fighting hunger while raising - awareness about healthier food- choices - this is what the non- profit group extra table is all- about, and five south - mississippi mayors are using- their culinary- skills in the fight.- news 25's toni miles explains.- super quick!- - the days start early at feed my- sheep in gulfport, and for good- cause.- randy brownlee, feed my sheep - executive director: " feed my sheep here, we're here- to feed the hungry and the- homeless, and the needy people- in our community just to- ensure that they get a good - healthy meal at least once a- day, monday through - friday." gulfport mayor billy hewes lent- a hand tuesday morning, and - will be putting his culinary- skills to the test - paired wit- a celebrity chef - competing- against four other south- mississippi mayors from bay st.- louis to pascagoula in- this year's extra table - fundraiser on november 16th at- the beau- rivage resort & casino. - gulfport mayor billy hewes: " w became aware of this particular- charity last year, and- the impact it would have on our- food pantry, and food pantries- across the- coast. it was kind of a no- brainer for all of us. you see - - - - direct impact. i think out of - last year's proceeds we fed ove- 30,000 families across south- mississippi." toni miles: " on any given day feed my sheep feeds 600 people- throughout- south mississippi and that's- what this fundraiser is all - about, stocking food pantries - across the coast." mary spain, beau rivage public- relations director: " extra table is an - organization that buys healthy- food in bulk, and provides it t- the existing food kitchens- and pantries, so along the gulf- coast, st. gerard outreach will- benefit. loaves and - - - - fishes will benefit. lord is my- help will benefit. feed my shee- and our daily - bread. it's really a one coast- event." the competition among the mayor- taking part in this - fundraiser is already heating u- - mayor billy hewes - responding to ocean springs - mayor shea dobson's - assurance that he will edge out- the other four south mississipp- mayors competing, including - mayor hewes.- gulfport mayor billy hewes: " he's young. he's going to find- out some things. youth- and exuberance are no match for- old age and treachery, so we'll- just see how that - plays out." in gulfport, toni miles, news - 25. - - the public is invited to attend- to purchase tickets before- the event, or for more info,- just go





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