The Community Table’s leaders are exploring plans to reach and serve more in-need residents.
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The Rockbridge Area Relief Association made a deal with the city to buy the Piovano Building at 350 Spotswood Drive while City Council solicits offers for the rest of the property.
RARA and Ben Grigsby, a former trustee of Washington and Lee University, each offered to buy the Piovano Building to save the organizations housed on site.
The proposed development plan would displace two nonprofits that serve the poor in Rockbridge County. The Rockbridge Area Relief Association and the Community Table have been located on the property for several years.
The Community Table is working with local restaurants to provide warm meals for Rockbridge County’s neediest families.
Organizers expect 200 guests at the Nov. 25 feast.
Community Table is dishing out more than free meals. The organization’s dinners are offered to those in need every Monday…
By Alex Cummings The area’s newest nonprofit organization, the Community Table, opened Monday night. Founder Jamie Tompkins says she hopes…
by Billy Crosby Community Table, a new non-profit organization focusing on hunger in the Rockbridge Area, plans to provide three to five…