CityU Walk For Rice committee will host a bake sale in the lobby of the library. Proceeds will go directly to the Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) Food Bank and Nutrition Programs and to purchase rice and other food supplies for the ACRS Food Bank.
Come and try Spam Musubi, a popular Hawaiian dish, or treat yourself to a brownie, cookie or cake. There will also be Musubi, which is a slice of fried spam pressed on a small block of rice and wrapped with a strip of nori dried seaweed. Because it is portable and can be eaten like a sandwich, it’s a great snack for CityU students or for employees on the go. Vegetarian Musubi, or “Sham Spam” musubi will also be available.
The ACRS Food Bank assists more than 5,500 individuals every year. Located in Seattle’s International District, it is one of the busiest in King County and is the only food bank in the state with a mission to supply food that meets Asian Pacific dietary needs. Tofu, fresh produce, ramen, fish, and rice, of course, are products found there.
Please support the ACRS Food Bank and stop by the bake sale in the library on Thursday, May 28. You won’t be disappointed! You can also join us for the 2.5 mile walk/run on Saturday, June 27 at Seward Park.