The Hubbard House

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The Hubbard House

February 27, 2013

As part of our continued effort to give back to the community the GP Team volunteered to prepare dinner at the Hubbard House, a “home-away-from-home” for the out of town families of any Orlando Health Facilities patient facing illness or injury.  Guided by Peggy Smith, Corporate Manager of Hospitality for the Hubbard House, they pitched in to plan and prepare a Western Style Dinner consisting of Sloppy Joes, Cole Slaw, and Corn on the Cob along with carrot and chocolate cake for dessert.

Since 1994 the Hubbard House has served thousands of families facing the extra burden of out of town lodging in times of crisis.  Funded mainly by donations from employees, local businesses and community members, the Hubbard House is a Great Place with a Great Cause.  To give back or get involved contact Peggy Smith 321-841-2527 .

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