COVINGTON, La., Feb. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Trace Senior Living's Executive Chef Keith Kornfeld,
The event starts at 9:00 A.M. and food service will begin at 11:00 A.M. They will be cooking up and serving Pulled Pork Sliders and Jambalaya to all tornado victims, first responders and community members that have been working tirelessly since this disaster occurred to rescue, save and protect their fellow residents, family members and friends.
Volunteers and donations are welcome. Please no cash donations, but non-perishable items, water, clothing, blankets, and personal hygiene items are welcomed donations. For more information please call 985-241-4310.
"We will be in the actual community where the devastation took place cooking and delivering food," said Keith Kornfeld, Executive Chef for The Trace. "We cannot thank Mike Whodat Gowland and Restoration Church enough for joining with us to help victims. Our hearts and prayers go out to everyone affected by this tragedy and we hope our efforts, along with the efforts of many people, are able to assist in the healing and rebuilding process."
About The Trace
The Trace senior living was built in 2009 and then remodeled and expanded in 2015. The community features three living choices: independent living for active seniors, all-inclusive assisted living with no levels of care for those loved ones that need assistance with daily activities of living, and a secure memory care neighborhood staffed by a team of specially trained health and wellness professional that provide personalized attention to those family members with dementia related diseases. The quaint community boasts a charming Louisiana flair complete with dining, educational, recreational and devotional events and a team of caring professionals delivering the highest level of care and services. You have our word on it. For more information, please visit us at 19432 Crawford Road, Covington, LA 70433, call 985-241-4310 or visit www.TheTraceSeniorLiving.com.
Brian MorrisonDiscovery Marketing [email protected]239-908-2935
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