The cars were lined up as far as the eye could see, and the chicken couldn’t come off the grill fast enough on Saturday, August 11. Katie’s Kitchen staff and volunteers could be seen scurrying about in the hot sun placing Nelson’s chicken and pit-taters into the containers and into the hands of the customers. By 1p.m. there wasn’t one chicken or pit-tater left in sight. The event sold out a total of 600 chickens and 6 cases of pit-taters, raising $2,369.75. If you have ever volunteered in the kitchen or stopped in for a tour, you know that Katie’s Kitchen is so much more than the average soup kitchen. Not only does it provide a hot, nutritious lunch-time meal, but it also provides meals for the Meals on Wheels and Lunch Box programs as well as coffee and donuts each morning. During the month of July the kitchen served a total of 2,505 meals.! The Window plans to make this an annual fundraiser for the kitchen, so if you missed this one, there’s always next year. Stop in or give us a call if you would like to know how you can volunteer in the kitchen or to schedule tour.