Plumas County District Attorney David Hollister reports that his office is “honored” to once again host the Quincy Community Supper Wednesday, Sept. 27, at 6 p.m. at the Community United Methodist Church fellowship hall at 282 Jackson St. The menu includes enchiladas, rice, beans, and salad.
This free meal is open to all; it is served on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. A different church, business, civic group, or office volunteers to prepare and serve each supper. Guests may choose to dine in person or select takeout.
Angela Elliott, who volunteers for the Quincy Community Supper organization, reports that since its beginning in 2002, the project has hosted more than 100,000 delicious meals. Hollister said that the Plumas County District Attorney’s Office has hosted regularly since 2012.
Information submitted by Plumas County District Attorney’s Office and Quincy Community Supper