Mesh Cafe April 28, 2015

Report from Captain Stuart Green:

Last night was a bit of a challenge for MESH at Shomrei.  John Lasiter, aided earlier in the evening by Jerilyn Marguiles, cooked a scrumptious, Dominican Republican-inspired meal of salsa, guacamole, and chips, “Pollo Asado Chicken con Arroz”, plantains, grilled carrot and pepper melange, rice, and blueberry galette. Unfortunately, none of our regular volunteers were there to help serve it or clean up, and the MESH crew was also short-handed. Fortunately, battle-tested Sam Green, less than 24 hours off the plane from Israel, came to the aid of his old man, and along with John, who stayed late as well, did a yeoman’s job of serving and dish washing.

To avoid this kind of situation in the future, we really encourage our volunteers, including servers and dishwashers, to sign up in advance. This will be especially important with the departure for college of our high school seniors.

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Stuart Green

Stuart Green

Stuart Green joined Shomrei in 2008 after moving here with his family from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is particularly devoted to Shomrei’s weekly soup kitchen, known as MESH. A professor at Rutgers University School of Law by day, he teaches and writes about criminal law and philosophy.
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