Ronald McDonald WYLIE House – Dinner Service


Help prepare and serve dinner at the new Wylie House.  Arrive at 4:30, we will prepare dinner to serve at 6pm.  After all the families have eaten, we will eat as a group before cleaning up to go home.  

1) 1 Rotisserie Chicken – Vic

1.5) 4 Boxes Penne Pasta – Kelly 

2) 3 Jars Alfredo Sauce AND 3 jars Spaghetti Sauce – Emily (with Dayna)

3) 2 package sundried tomatoes, 1 can black olives – Christian

4) 2lbs Hamburger – Dayna

4.5)  2 different kinds of ice cream – Carol & Bob 

5) 2 Loaves Italian Bakery Bread AND 2 packages shredded Italian blend cheese – Ginny & Becky

6)  Ingredients for tossed salad:  3 bags salad mix, 1 package carrots, 1 package radishes – Frances & Jesus

7)  Ingredients for tossed salad:   1 can black olives, 1 head broccoli or cauliflower, 1 pepper any color – Ginny & Becky

8)  4 dozen cookies – these can be slice and bake or pre-made from the grocery store bakery, boxed, Oreo’s, etc.  – Janet

9)  Ice Cream Toppings:  Chocolate, Caramel and Sprinkles – Carol & Bob

10)  Margarine, Parm Cheese Can, Garlic, Ice Cream Cones & Lemonade, Ice Cream Scoop, 2 stock pots, Italian Seasoning – Jill 

Any questions, feel free to call or email me or
The Ronald McDonald Houses are a “Home Away From Home” for thousands of
families every year who must travel to the Kansas City area to receive medical
treatment for a sick or injured child. Together, the two Ronald McDonald Houses (Cherry Street House & Longfellow House) provide temporary lodging to as many as 60 families each night while their children undergo vital medical care.  The family Suites inside our Longfellow House, allow us to serve immuno-suppressed children and their families (i.e. organ transplants and bone marrow
transplants). Both Houses offer a warm and welcoming place to sleep, as well as full kitchen facilities, laundry facilities, living rooms and recreation areas
to provide a homey environment where families may relax away from the stresses of the hospital and meet other families experiencing similar crises.

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