Port Arthur SERTOMA, Hospitality Center smoke chicken for those in need
Published 12:22 am Thursday, July 2, 2020
- From left to right: Rickie Clabon, Christina Green, Michael Bowser, A.J. Lemoine, Rickie Norris, Alton Borel and Ed Kestler. (Cassandra Jenkins/The News)
Catholic Charities Hospitality Center partnered with Port Arthur SERTOMA Wednesday to provide specialty-smoked chicken to pass out to the communities elderly, poor, disabled and homeless persons.
Hospitality Center volunteers and SERTOMA member Brenda Tentrup scoops a serving of dirty rice into a to-go container. (Cassandra Jenkins/The News)
Jan Laurents, who volunteers twice a week at the Catholic Charities Hospitality Center on Gulfway Drive, is part of an assembly line serving food on Wednesday. (Cassandra Jenkins/The News)
A smoked chicken meal includes dirty rice, beans, bread and a slice of Bundt cake. (Cassandra Jenkins/The News)
SERTOMA smoked over 400 chickens feeding around 120-130 guests of the Hospitality Center. (Cassandra Jenkins/The News)