Posts Tagged ‘Sally Gordon’
Our town’s Dr. Patricia Wolff, wife of Mo. Supreme Court Justice Mike Wolff, got ink in The New York Times for her work in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. In the paper’s Magazine, scribe Andrew Rice quoted Dr. Wolff, founder of Meds and Food for Kids, the producer of fortified nut paste, “Poverty is a business. . .There’s money to be made and there are people who have that kind of way of thinking.” The article continued, “. . .Wolff made a tentative deal for Meds and Food for Kids to become a Nutriset franchisee. In the end, she said she couldn’t afford to battle hunger on her own.”
And, the Center for Rural Development in Milot, which serves impoverished people in and around the village of Milot in northern Haiti, will hold a fundraiser at 6:30 p.m., Sept. 22 at the Schlafly Tap Room. Billed as “A taste of Haiti and an evening of Hatian food and music,” the event is spearheaded by Charles, Louis and Dr. Ted Dubuque,
Dr. Timothy O’Connell, Steve and Susan Reese, Tom Schlafly, Sally Gordon, Bill Guyol and Milton Wilkins.