The traditional Thanksgiving Day is centered on a grand meal. The centerpiece is, of course, the Turkey (a native of America). Along with stuffing, vegetables, cranberry sauce, rolls, and pumpkin pie for dessert, this has become the traditional Thanksgiving Day meal.
On Thursday, November 22, 2012 from 11:30 a. m. until 1:30 p.m., an old fashioned Thanksgiving meal (turkey, dressing, potatoes, vegetables, dessert, etc.) was served at Immanuel-Trinity Lutheran Church; -Meals were also delivered.
Beginning Saturday, November 17 a team of members and volunteers from the community started preparations of 44 donated frozen turkeys (averaging 24-28 pounds). On Monday thru Wednesday more members and volunteers prepared all the other items that were served at the Thanksgiving Day Meal.
A list of other activities members and volunteers from the community helped with:
Help serve the meal
Help deliver the meals
Help clean up
Took leftovers to a local charity
Help with monetary donations for supplies
There were 166 Members and Volunteers who helped for all activities
375 Deliveries were made
48 Take Outs
And 75 who dined at Immanuel-Trinity
We want to say Thank You! To everyone who helped make the Immanuel-Trinity Thanksgiving Day meal a blessing for so many.