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Employees trade fashion for aprons at local soup kitchen

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Posted: Friday, December 2, 2011 12:00 am

Aprons became fashionable Friday morning as members of designer Billy Reid’s flagship store on Court Street worked in First Presbyterian’s kitchen, preparing enough lasagna to feed 100 people.

The soup kitchen, funded by donations from a number of area churches, provides free meals to at least 60 people every Friday and Saturday morning throughout the year. Churches rotate weeks for volunteers who will handle the logistics of the kitchen, such as cooking, serving and washing dishes.

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