How do you help feed a community for Thanksgiving? Twenty turkeys, 100 pounds of mashed potatoes, 50 pounds of sweet potatoes, 80 pounds of stuffing and 25 pounds of assorted vegetables … and, of course, gravy – more than five gallons of it!
Riley Avenue students held the school's first-ever Thanksgiving Parade Nov. 25, marching through the halls with colorful balloons modeled after the giant balloons in the Macy's parade on Thanksgiving Day.
It's Thanksgiving week and that means it should shape up as a pretty quiet week in the newsroom. (Insert fingers-crossed emoji here.) A Thanksgiving reflection.
Life On Purpose
Gratitude is an internal disposition of heart and mind that changes our perspective.
As we gather with friends and family to celebrate America’s national day of Thanksgiving today, let’s remember the people who serve and protect us each and every day, the people who make our communities places we cherish.
Don't sit home alone on Thanksgiving. Enjoy a free Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings courtesy of the Church of the Harvest.
While most residents will spend Thanksgiving with their family Thursday, a group of volunteers will be busy cooking and serving dinner to those who have no where else to go for the holiday.
A Thanksgiving giveaway event tomorrow evening at Tyre Lodge will be handing out fresh turkeys and baskets of food to local families.