Morenci's Community Thanksgiving meal planned 11.19.08

Written by David Green.

A Community Thanksgiving Day meal will be served in Morenci for the seventh  year in a row in the high school cafeteria. Serving is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

As in the past, the meal is offered to everyone in the area—those in need of a nutritious meal, those looking for companionship on a holiday, anyone desiring a traditional Thanksgiving feast away from home, etc.

There is no charge for the meal because of donations of food and volunteer labor. Financial donations will be accepted to help defray costs not covered.

Reservations are requested to help with planning. Call Jim or Judy Heiney at 458-6869 by Friday.

To volunteer, call Rosemary Dickerson at 458-7511 or Renée Schroeder at 458-6829. Offers of volunteer help are lagging this year, Dickerson said, and assistance would be appreciated.

If anyone is aware of a person unable to attend the meal, contact the Heineys. Arrangements will be made to deliver food or to help bring people to the school.

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