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The Hospitality Center of Racine is serving an average of 200 people per day, up from 165. That’s an increase of 18 percent.
“We served an average of 165 persons per day just a few weeks ago. Things are not slowing down,” said Rev. Kevin Stewart, director of the center.
To continue Racine’s largest meal program, the center needs help collecting some pretty specific food stuffs: proteins like canned meats (tuna, chicken); mayonaisse; bologna; and mac & cheese.
If you can help the Hospitality Center, donations can be dropped off at the center at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 614 Main Street. Call (414) 345-7971 for more information.