Summerlea's 2010 One Hundred Mile (160 km) Lunch took place
after church on Sunday, March 14, 2010. The lunch was sponsored
by the Outreach committee to emphasize the possibility of
eating food grown locally (within 160 km) in order to
minimize the fuel needed to transport the food.|
The lunch consisted of soup made from potatoes, carrots, turnips and other root vegetables from the local area, local cheese and bread, apples and oatmeal cookies for dessert.
The lunch also featured an introduction to the Canadian Landmine Foundation, with a video presentation describing the work of this organization which was put into place in 1995 by Lloyd Axworthy in the incredibly short time span of fourteen months, with many countries signed on.
Following are a few photos of the event. You can pick a small photo to see a larger version, then pick Back on your browser to return to this page.
The little woolen doll in the last shot is given to land-mine victims around the world.
which introduced an organization that most of us have heard of but knew little.
one of our younger members was still with us.
and for introducing us to the landmines problem.