A Thanksgiving meal for all

=Volunteers at Faith Mission break about 60 whole turkeys into pieces Wednesday afternoon to be consumed during their annual Thanksgiving Dinner at The Cannery Kitchen. Those volunteering their time to help out were Meg Cone, Jennifer Ebel, Rachel Cangelosi, Al Prescott, Jeanie Rodriguez, Sister Kathleen Skog, Sister Nathaniel Eisel, Cindy Bolin, Sally White, Chuck Bolin and Shawn Richards.

Thanksgiving will look a little different this year for Faith Mission. Though the local nonprofit will continue to deliver Thanksgiving meals to the elderly and homebound as normal, the annual dine-in dinner at The Canery has been cancelled.

Faith Mission is still looking for volunteers to do meal prep and deliver food. Opportunities to volunteer are available for individuals 16 years of age or older. Younger children are welcome to attend with their parents. Individuals or families can also make donations to purchase food.

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