Free Thanksgiving dinner has a new location

Thanksgiving for everyone

Community Thanksgiving meals planned around county

A few extra hands would be appreciated on Wednesday, Nov. 22, to help with set-up beginning around 7:30 p.m. Volunteers are also needed on Thanksgiving Day, starting around 9:30 a.m., to work two-hour shifts.

North Shore residents have a variety of options to share a meal on Thanksgiving Day.

The Overflowing cup still needs donations of food, supplies and volunteer help. No take-out meals will be available, only dine-in and delivery.

The day starts at 9 a.m. for the volunteers who cook the food, since they first pack up and deliver turkey dinners and lots of extras to many people in meals on wheels programs or to anyone who finds it hard to come out. Leave a message for a call back.

"We have around 70 to 80 volunteers who help us get it together", Kyro said.

The Yellow Brick Road Organization will be hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for its LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual) family.

Anyone who cannot attend the dinner, especially those who are ill or elderly, can have meals delivered by calling 906-367-2834 or 906-875-6263 by Friday.

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Volunteer registration is now full, but Union Station's Thanksgiving food drive is in full effect!

"We deliver meals to a lot of the fire and police departments to make sure whoever is working that shift gets a meal", she said.

The public is welcome and there is no cost for the meal, though free will offerings will be accepted. "It is great for those who might otherwise be alone".

The 15th Annual Free Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner will be served from noon-2 p.m.at Hermann United Methodist Church.

Instead, church members will be delivering meals to shut-ins living in the Carbon Hill community.

Rose Bledsoe said this is the fifth time the church will host the dinner, which includes all of the traditional Thanksgiving foods. Reservations are not necessary but are appreciated.

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