Olympic Peninsula Chapter of Club Miata Northwest members gather with Stephen Rosales, board president of the Sequim Food Bank, around Vicki Burr-Chellin’s 2008 Miata MX5 for a donation on Dec. 14 of $350 and several boxes of food. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Olympic Peninsula Chapter of Club Miata Northwest members gather with Stephen Rosales, board president of the Sequim Food Bank, around Vicki Burr-Chellin’s 2008 Miata MX5 for a donation on Dec. 14 of $350 and several boxes of food. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Miata drivers rev up donations to food bank

Members of the Olympic Peninsula Chapter of Club Miata Northwest made a speedy delivery once again to the Sequim Food Bank, 144 W. Alder St., last week for Christmas. They drove their Miatas filled with food to the food bank on Dec. 14, after their monthly meeting at Paradise Restaurant. They also donated more than $350. The club has been operating for four years with 30 members with 40 Miatas. They meet at noon the second Thursday each month at the restaurant.

Boxed dinners for Christmas were delivered through Dec. 18, but Food Bank board president Stephen Rosales said Christmas turkeys are available through Saturday, Dec. 23 or by calling him if an emergency at 360-461-6038.

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