– Press release from Mammoth High School
MAMMOTH LAKES, CA, February 13, 2015– On March 6, 2015, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM, Mammoth High School will be hosting a free chili dinner, with a vegetarian option, for residents of Swall Meadows affected by the recent fire.
We would like to invite all residents of Swall Meadows affected by the recent fire to a Chili Dinner hosted by our Culinary Arts classes. It would be our pleasure to have you join us for some good food and fellowship with your neighbors.
The dinner will be held in the Mammoth High School MPR on March 6 from 5:30-7:30. Staff and students will be serving and staff will be providing tasty, homemade desserts. Please join us at whatever time is convenient for you and your family. We can also arrange for take home plates if you prefer.
For specific dietary restrictions or requests, please contact Trish Qualls at (760)934-8541 ext. 298 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And the kind-hearted people of the Eastern Sierra continue to offer support and help for victims of the Round Fire.
The Second Chance Thrift Shop is Mammoth Lakes is dedicated to helping victims the Round Fire.
Other businesses that have offered help – Chalfant Big Trees and Farm is donating $100 vouchers per resident that has landscape damage; our neighbors at Preferred Septic and Disposal are offering free portable toilets to Round Fire victims; and the Cast Off in Mammoth Lakes is donating all proceeds on the next two Saturdays – Feb. 21 and Feb. 28 – and the Mammoth Hospital Auxiliary, which runs the Cast Off, is matching that donation total.
Also, Alex Printing in Bishop is offering free fax and copy services, while the Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre will donate 10% of every ticket purchased for the closing weekend of its production of the Noël Coward classic comedy “Blithe Spirit” to the Round Fire Relief Fund.
MLRT Artistic Director Shira Dubrovner said, “Noël Coward wrote this play during the middle of the Blitzkrieg of World War II to give people a sense of hope, using humor to do it, so it’s highly appropriate for us to do the same and give back to those who lost their homes.”