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Community Thanksgiving Dinner is Thursday

WORTHINGTON -- Worthington's 2018 Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be hosted on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, Nov. 22) at First Lutheran Church, 1200 Fourth Ave. All area residents are invited to attend. Serving is from noon to 1:15 p.m.

WORTHINGTON - Worthington’s 2018 Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be hosted on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, Nov. 22) at First Lutheran Church, 1200 Fourth Ave. All area residents are invited to attend. Serving is from noon to 1:15 p.m.

Turkey dinners will be delivered to persons unable to leave their homes. Contact Terry Morrison at 227-1539 no later than Wednesday and leave a voice message to request a delivery. Messages should include name, address and number of meals requested.

The event is not possible without volunteers. Assistance with food preparation and table set-up is needed. Volunteers should arrive at the church by 8 a..m. on Thursday to begin work (enter through the parking lot door). Help with general cleanup is also needed starting at 1:15 p.m.

If possible, bring salads, pies and other desserts to complement the main meal. Money donations may be delivered or mailed to Morrison at 710 Ninth Ave., Worthington 56187. Checks should be made payable to Community Thanksgiving Fund.

Transportation to the meal site can be provided. Please call 227-1539 before 8 a.m. Thursday to make arrangements.

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