Kitchen Dedicated to Lois Stackpole-Alley and Meals on Wheels Volunteers

MCH Board President Audrey Lovering; Former MCH Executive Director Lee Karker; MCH Executive Director Liz Schuh; Project General Contractor Jake Barbour; MCH Board Director Linda Campbell-Marshall; Project Architect and Campaign Committee member Peter Gross; Lois Stackpole-Alley; Project Manager Carmel Ouelette; Campaign Committee member Marnie Read

The MCH Board of Directors welcomed current and past volunteers, Meals on Wheels recipients and their families, supporters, capital campaign donors and staff to celebrate the grand opening and dedication of the new Meals on Wheels kitchen in the Methodist Conference Home at 46 Summer Street in Rockland on June 22.

The new kitchen is dedicated to Lois Stackpole-Alley in honor of her 47 years of service and to all Meals on Wheels volunteers; past, present and future. Stackpole-Alley joined the staff of the Methodist Conference Home in 1969, cooking and serving meals to residents. In the early 1970s MCH Inc. took over a local meal delivery program from People’s United Methodist Church in Rockland starting with 2 clients and 2 volunteers. Under Stackpole-Alley’s leadership the program grew to become the Meals on Wheels program in Knox County. She retired as MCH Food Service and Meals on Wheels Director in 2016.

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Wes Todd