All Invited to the 28th Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner
November 14, 2018
The 28th annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner will be held Thursday, Nov. 22, at Glasgow Senior Citizen Center, located at 328 4th Street South.
Last year, 206 folks enjoyed the dinner with hopes of exceeding that number this year. Over the past 27 years, approximately 4,600 people have enjoyed the event. There is always plenty of food and no one goes hungry.
Everyone is invited and encouraged to bring their families and friends to enjoy a delicious feast, including turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, coleslaw, yams, cranberry sauce and of course, pumpkin pie.
Provided by community volunteers, every year several volunteers gather to prepare and serve the meal, which will be served from noon to 2 p.m. The list of volunteers include members of Glasgow High School Student Council, Irle School third-graders, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and many enthusiastic individuals.
Even though the meal is served at the Senior Citizens Center, it is not limited to senior citizens. The meal is free of charge and is open to everyone, young and old alike. There will be no carry-out or deliveries available. If a ride is needed, call Valley County Transit at 228-8747. Their normal charges will apply.
If you have never attended in the past, make plans to enjoy an afternoon of fellowship and food. This is a great way for small families and individuals to partake in the social atmosphere of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner without cooking and cleaning up.
If additional information is needed, contact Ruth Ann Hutcheson at 228-8392.