Auburn Sikh temple offering free dinner daily until government shutdown ends

  • Friday, January 25, 2019 10:55am
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The Washington state Sikh community is offering free dinner to federal employees affected by the government shutdown.

Meals are served daily from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Gurudwara Sacha Marag, 12431 SE 286th Place, Auburn, on Lea Hill near Auburn Mountainview High School.

The temple also will has a pantry with essential nonperishable items for federal workers to take home.

The temple said it is opening its doors and sharing a 500-year tradition of civic responsibility and sharing a meal (Langar) without distinction of religion, gender, economic status or ethnicity. The free meal is always vegetarian. People sit together, eat together and the kitchen is maintained and serviced by Sikh community volunteers.

The daily service will continue until the shutdown is over.

Learn more at GurudwaraAuburn.com or facebook.com/GurudwaraAuburnWA/.

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