‘We’ll be here’: Meet N’ Eat marks 30 years serving the community hot meals and more
By Megan Hadley West Hawaii Today firstname.lastname@example.org | Thursday, June 23, 2022, 12:05 a.m.
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Joe Robichaud is all smiles at Kealakehe Intermediate's 30th anniversary of Meet N' Eat on Tuesday. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)
A volunteer helps load food into a car during the Meet N' Eat held Tuesday at Kealakehe Intermediate School. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)
A volunteer brings food to a vehicle during the Meet N’ Eat held Tuesday at Kealakehe Intermediate School. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)
Volunteers work to set up meals behind the walk-up line at Kealakehe Intermediate School for Tuesday’s Meet N’ Eat. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)
Meet N’ Eat, a program that provides free hot meals and food baskets for community members, celebrated its 30th anniversary Tuesday serving up hundreds of meals as the volunteer-driven effort nears 300,000 meals served.