Peconic Bay Zonta prepares meal for Maureen’s Haven Homeless Outreach

COURTESY PHOTO | Elaine Villano, Maureen’s Haven coordinator (second from left), with (from left) Peconic Bay Zonta members Kay Jones, Barbara Pierce, Jackie Pottgen, and Diane Greenberg.

Peconic Bay Zonta members teamed up with Maureen’s Haven Homeless Outreach Program by preparing a turkey dinner with all the trimmings for 40 homeless people this Thanksgiving. Maureen’s Haven volunteers served the dinner at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Cutchogue, one of 14 host houses of worship between Greenport and East Hampton.

Affiliated with Zonta International, Peconic Bay Zonta members work to improve the status of women and girls through service and advocacy. For more information about the volunteer group, check out its blog.