Thanksgiving dinner is not the only thing the Community Kitchen is serving

Thanksgiving dinner is not the only thing the Community Kitchen is serving

"Right now we have a wonderful community that tries to give, but it's too divisive. It is just part of our Thanksgiving routine".

Collins added baskets will be given away at 9 a.m. and it is first come first serve. Some of the people have been coming for years.

Church members offered a free lunch on china plates to roughly 200 people who gathered for the meal. The church has been doing this for 23 years.

"It makes you feel good because you get to see everyone's smiles on Thanksgiving", said Fairbrother.

"What better thing to do on a Thanksgiving Day than to help other people?" asked one volunteer.

Most of the items were donated by super one and private donors. the church passed out over 140 baskets on Thanksgiving Day.

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Each year, Beilke is amazed at the response. "It's truly Thanksgiving", she said. The meal was free to the public but free will donations are accepted to cover the cost of next year's meal.

At 7 a.m., volunteers began carving the turkeys. The church receives 20 turkeys each year. "It's serious but we have fun", he said. "We use ovens in about all the churches around town". "Now, they're back help us in the kitchen, or they're grabbing dishes after the meal, or we know where they work now-do they need a meal if they're working overnight?"

Up to 120 people were expected for the meal, which started promptly at noon in the social room, with 30 to 40 volunteers serving.

"It can be anywhere for people who are disabled, or can't get out of their home, or don't have any family in the area". Transportation was provided for those that needed it; other meals were delivered to shut-ins. Besides meal preparation, volunteers served drinks and food, washed dishes or delivered meals to the homebound.

Crisp clear chilly weather greeted sunny Hudson Valley skies on Thanksgiving Thursday morning, as households and charitable groups put their finishing touches on the annual Autumn feast, before settling down into the winter holiday season.