Lebanon County Coalition to End Homelessness Presents: The Soup Stroll

Written by Jake Keiter and featured in our November 8th Print Edition

As the chilly winds of November approach, Lebanon County is warming up in the most delightful way with the Soup Stroll. This initiative, hosted by the Lebanon County Coalition to End Homelessness, is slated to coincide with National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Not only does the event aim to shed light on the pressing issue of homelessness, but it also endeavors to raise crucial funds for the Coalition.

Register for the event and in return, you’ll receive a voucher for a soup mug and a punch card that will guide you through a list of participating restaurants, active from November 1st to 30th. As patrons relish a bowl of soup or any other menu item at these establishments, their punch cards will be stamped. Complete the stroll by the end of the month, submit your card, and you could stand a chance to win exciting prizes!

Among the participating establishments are the iconic Blue Bird Inn, the ever-popular Boyer’s Tavern, and the community-favorite DoGood’s Tavern. Food enthusiasts will also enjoy the diverse offerings of The Gin Mill, the cozy ambiance of The Mt. Gretna Hideaway, and the classic vibe of Quentin Tavern. Rounding out the list is the Timeless Café, known for its impeccable service and delectable menu.

About the Coalition:

Operating under the Community Health Council’s wing, the Lebanon County Coalition to End Homelessness brings together a robust network of community organizations and stakeholders. Their mission is clear: eradicating and preventing homelessness in Lebanon County. They pride themselves on raising awareness, providing leadership, and offering resources to organizations that serve this demographic.

Redemption Details:

Starting November 1st, participants can present their vouchers at any of the participating restaurants to collect their soup mugs and punch cards.

Let’s come together, indulge in some delightful soups, and make a meaningful impact in our community! For more details, contact the Coalition or visit their official website.


Jacob Keiter is a husband, a writer, a journalist, a musician, and a business owner. His journey to becoming a writer was one that was paved with challenges, but ultimately led him to find his true calling. Jacob's early years were marked by a strong desire for creative expression. He was always drawn to music, and in his youth, he played in several bands, chasing the elusive promise of fame and success. However, despite his best efforts, Jacob struggled to find the recognition he craved. It wasn't until he hit a low point in his life that Jacob discovered his love for writing. He turned to writing as a form of therapy during a particularly difficult time, and found that it not only helped him to cope with his struggles, but also allowed him to express himself in a way that he had never been able to before. Jacob's writing skills quickly caught the attention of others, and he soon found himself working as a journalist for The Sun out of Hummelstown. From there, he went on to contribute to a variety of publications, including the American Bee Journal and Referee Magazine. Jacob's writing style is reflective of traditional journalism, but he also infuses his work with a unique voice that sets him apart from others in his field. Despite his success as a writer, Jacob also owns another business, JJ Auto & Home, which specializes in cleaning. Jacob's commitment to excellence is evident in all of his endeavors, whether it be in his writing or in his business ventures. Today, Jacob is the author of two books and continues to inspire others through his writing. His journey to becoming a writer serves as a reminder that sometimes our darkest moments can lead us to our greatest achievements.

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