Local country club provides home-cooked meals for essential workers

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Country Club of Terre Haute and its members are providing meals to local frontline workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Country Club members have donated funds, while Executive Chef, Shelby Shober and her staff prepare homestyle meals to be delivered to firehouses, police stations, COVID-19 units, intensive care units and respiratory clinics.

Country Club of Terre Haute Board President, Bob Prox, said this is a great way to give back to the community.

“We have provided more than 200 meals so far and will continue to do all we can to help,” Prox said. “Our membership and staff have really come together to show appreciation for the men and women making a difference during this challenging time.”

As the Country Club of Terre Haute begins to reopen to its members, staff is still dedicating time to preparing and delivering food to local heroes.

About Country Club of Terre Haute: A tradition of excellence and service in the Wabash Valley since 1898, Country Club of Terre Haute has been the place for fine dining, recreation and social activities for more than a century. For more information and membership opportunities, visit www.ccth.org.

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