Merritt soup kitchen offers up "bowls of love"

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Ernie and Pam Whitaker serve up soup and other food at the Merritt Community Break Basket soup kitchen every Tuesday (Josh Pagé/CBC).
Every Tuesday, a small soup kitchen in Merritt serves up about 100 bowls of soup.

The meals are for homeless people, for people a little down on their luck, and some who just need a little help.

Ernie and Pam Whittaker are nearing their 80s.

Still, they keep running the kitchen every week all year, just as they have for more than a decade.

One lunch hour recently, Daybreak's Josh Pagé dropped by Merritt's Community Bread Basket.

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