Friendship Inn feeds hundreds at annual Easter meal
Saskatoon's Friendship Inn serves Easter feast to the city's disadvantaged
Hundreds of people enjoyed an free Easter Monday lunch at the Friendship Inn.
Ken Campbell, the centre's kitchen manager and head chef, said about 30 volunteers helped prepare the meals.
"I've got a nice turkey, dill mash potatoes, sweet carrots, stuffing, cranberries, and gravy," Campbell said.
Campbell said he used about 60 turkeys, 400 pounds of potatoes, and 200 pounds of carrots in preparation for the meals.
We just really wanted to help out- Donna Heppner
Donna Heppner volunteered to prepare some of the meals.
"We sliced buns and buttered them, so it's not hard work," Heppner said.
"But it's just fun to be together and help in this way. We just really wanted to help out."
Campbell said he prepared meals for between 1,500 to 2,000 low income people.
The Friendship Inn normally serves about 500 meals per day.