Monday, September 25
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Breaking Bread : Levine Family Edition


4 Levine’s weathered the chaos of Christmas tree shopping, decorating and yard work to prepare a meal for our Southside Health Center PAX. Here’s what our cats lurking for crumbs observed :

Warmarama : Gather 4 pound Chuck roast, 2 bags of mini size golden potatos, 1 bag of baby carrots, 2 cups beef broth, 1 teaspoon thyme, 2 teaspoons salt, 2 cloves garlic minced, 1 teaspoon pepper 


Gather all ingredients and throw em into the crockpot for 9 hours. During last hour, add a mixture of 2 tablespoons corn starch with 2 tablespoons cold water to thicken the broth.

Pack the car with M and 2.0s. Mosey to Southside Health Center. Brief Hot potato Q by Mary who was filling in for Barbara. Mary instructed YHC to enter alone to 2nd floor to drop off food due to health concerns and gave the green light for a picture. 


Numbers, Names, YHC drove us home 

NMMS : As always, this is a wonderful serving opportunity organized by UpChuck. Very rewarding emotionally, spiritually and all the above. Highly recommend all PAX sign up at least once a year to do this. I believe there’s an opening on Christmas Eve. Check the Q sheet for the 4th weekend of every month all the way to the farthest ride side of the screen. Include your family. Take turns watching your kids and include them too. 


About Author

Joined F3 in Tallahassee FL on 9/12/18 during Hurricane *Florence*. Brother-in-Law Bocephus from F3 Charleston SC was responsible for the EH. Moved to Richmond in August 2020 and been rollin with F3RVA ever since.

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