“You have a very good selection that come and spend their time and try to help us all out,” said Joanna Tatum, homeless person.MorePeach, moonpie to help ring in the new year in the SouthPeach, moonpie to help ring in the new year in the SouthMobile's Moon Pie drop on New Year's Eve.
”The event, which is typically hosted on Christmas Eve, was moved to Saturday this year for a number of reason, Kennon said.“With the Community Café, the Senior Center and Meals on Wheels closed for the holiday on Monday, we felt we could serve more individuals this way,” Kennon said.
Sean King for Shaw MediaCaptionVolunteer Karen Dannelson of Crystal Lake helps serve food Monday at Pablo's Restaurant and Cantina in Crystal Lake.Sean King for Shaw MediaCaptionOwner Jennifer Flabo gives last-minute instructions to volunteers and employees Monday at Pablo's Restaurant and Cantina in Crystal Lake.
DOVER — From the turkey, to the stuffing to the pumpkin pie, the tables at the First Parish Church in Dover were overflowing for the annual community Christmas Day meal.“It's open to the community at no charge,” Vining said.
A hot meal on Christmas started because Carl Perron and his now ex-wife didn’t want seniors to get a frozen meal for Christmas.“Some of these people I’ve seen for 20 years,” Perron said between pushing a rolling rack of desserts.
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For many, Christmas means celebrating the holiday with a formal meal.For 300 volunteers in Appleton on Monday, that meant making sure everyone was welcomed to the table.
Temple Fire & Rescue driver Rusty Bryant prepares spiral-sliced ham Monday for a firefighter Christmas meal at the Central Fire Station.In between service calls Monday, firefighters at Temple Fire & Rescue’s Central Station worked swiftly to prepare a holiday family meal for the “A shift” crew and their relatives and loved ones.
AMHERST - More than a dozen volunteers were chopping potatoes, making salad and roasting ham hours ahead of the annual Christmas meal Monday at Not Bread Alone at the First Congregational Church.The snow did not thwart the crew from its mission, although a few were late because of slippery roads.
With the support of a supermarket chain which donated all the ingredients for the Christmas meal, the municipality of Athens served turkeys, salads, soft drinks and desserts to disadvantaged citizens who struggle through the festive season financially and psychologically.We believe that a few days throughout the year they should feel that we are all members of a family.
Seth Harrison/Poughkeepsie JournalBeth-Anne Kiernan serves Christmas dinner to Griffin Stehle,11, during the annual Eileen Hickey Holiday Dinner at the Lunchbox at the Family Partnership Center in Poughkeepsie Dec.”More than 1,000 people enjoyed a free, hot meal on Christmas Day thanks to the Eileen Hickey Holiday Dinner.
For those enjoying Christmas lunch, these two hours are temporary respite from an often grim and unforgiving reality - homelessness.About 20 guests gathered in an unremarkable building in Belfast city centre.
On this Christmas morning, it was a day where the phrase it's better to give than to receive was truly taken to heart.For the 28th year, the Harrison County Feed the Needy program brought families together at the Lyman Community Center.
Eight years after the start of the debt crisis it will be frugal once again, according to surveys.7 US dollars) this year down from 151 euros last year.
Now, the restaurant opens it's door to everyone for a free meal on other major holidays.Yeah, we've served about 200 today," Steckbauer's sister Heather Boyd said.
Hundreds were nourished at Christ the King Church on Christmas Eve — with a holiday meal and in the spirit of fellowship.It’s about feeding their spirit with the good news of Christ’s birth.
BOSTON - Boston's homeless population had the opportunity to enjoy a warm, hot meal on Christmas Eve at the Pine Street Inn.Dozens of volunteers spent their day preparing and serving a meal for those in need.
Members of The Journey church served meals to dozens of needy people on Sunday at Forest and West Main Streets.Then they decided that serving a meal with barbecue, chips, cookies, candy canes and water to anyone who wanted a meal would be the best way to make a difference.
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(WNCN) — If you need somewhere to go for a Christmas meal, a restaurant in the Triangle is offering it free.Golden Corral on Glenwood Avenue is offering a free holiday dinner to the elderly, physically-challenged and families in need.
”Both girls, along with other team members and some parents, filled styrofoam containers with hearty holiday fare.Turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, pasta, salad and bread could be eaten there or saved to enjoy later in the day.