Articles tagged with: Issaquah Meals Program
Imagine trying to serve meals to the most vulnerable Washingtonians with an all volunteer staff and a kitchen that has long passed time for an upgrade. The recession has meant that you’ve an increase in need and you and your fellow volunteers are serving 22% more meals than you ever have. You are projecting a 15% increase in need over the next year and the City of Issaquah has asked your program to become part of the emergency response network.
What are you going to…
For the past two weeks, giant forks have invaded the Seattle area–showing up at landmarks, restaurants, public parks, IKEA and even a Sounders soccer match.
Teams of enthusiastic people stood on overpasses waving the oversized forks and holding signs that simply read, “whythefork.org.”
And a @whythefork account on Twitter started posting tweets on everything from the history to cutlery to videos of fork lift stunts gone wrong.
What was this all about?
As KOMO News revealed, the answer to “Why the fork?” is:…