Sharing time, food and community, in a Peace Meal way

Servers serve up food. Ashland.news photo by Holly Dillemuth
December 25, 2022

Eighth annual meal was held Wednesday at Pioneer Hall

About 15 volunteers served up a bounty of hot food Friday, Dec. 23, to about 45 people at the eighth annual Community Peace Meal in the courtyard of Pioneer Hall. Look for a full story on the gathering next week.

Dec. 27 update: Date of event corrected.

Ashland resident Gaia McCoy, 10, manages to fill a plate for herself and one for another diner. Ashland.news photo by Holly Dillemuth
Jason Houk carves a turkey. Ashland.news photo by Holly Dillemuth

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