Thai taste to Cliff’s Kitchen charity lunch

Therese ColmanBusselton Dunsborough Times
Jean Scott, Betty Ramsay and Joy Smith.
Camera IconJean Scott, Betty Ramsay and Joy Smith. Credit: Therese Colman

Busselton Thai and Thai Lemongrass took over lunch at Cliff’s Kitchen last Wednesday.

Hosted by St Mary’s Anglican Church, the volunteer-led community lunch feeds about 100 people each week.

Thai Lemongrass employee Aiw Sly celebrated her birthday on Friday, and normally celebrates by travelling to Thailand to cook meals for the homeless.

This year she decided to share her generous birthday gesture with the community.

Parish administrator John Morris thanked Ms Sly, and encouraged people to visit Cliff’s Kitchen for a meal in exchange for a gold coin donation.

Cliff’s Kitchen runs from noon at St Mary’s Family Centre each Wednesday.

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Kerry Bayley, Margaret MacDonald and John Morris.
Camera IconKerry Bayley, Margaret MacDonald and John Morris. Credit: Pictures: Therese Colman, Therese Colman
Kelly Hancey and Aiw Sly from Busselton Thai and Thai Lemongrass.
Camera IconKelly Hancey and Aiw Sly from Busselton Thai and Thai Lemongrass. Credit: Therese Colman
Carina-Marie Schlaadt and Sam Riley.
Camera IconCarina-Marie Schlaadt and Sam Riley. Credit: Therese Colman
Tania Potterat and Shelley Williamson.
Camera IconTania Potterat and Shelley Williamson. Credit: Therese Colman

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