Making a Difference: The Free Thanksgiving Meal Makes It a Special Holiday

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The free Thanksgiving meal always makes it a special holiday. On Tuesday, they lined up outside Platinum Kutz near Drake University. Organizers were smoking turkeys and giving them to hundreds of lucky people standing in their cars. “How many people come, whether it is 10 people or 200 people, our job is to do what we are doing now, which is serve,” said Rob Johnson with Platinum Kutz. Johnson and his partners have been offering free Thanksgiving meals for four years. They know it’s needed, and they want to take care of their neighbors. “It is about making an impact on the community. What difference does it make to you?” said organizer Robert Presswood. Tim Cook, along with Two Rivers Bank, is proud to have helped organize the event. “If someone walks, they get food – that’s probably the only food they eat . And if we can help provide that, it’s beneficial,” Cook said. The Platinum Kutz free meal is Wednesdays only. Across the city, the generous Evans Bethel Mission donates food to Hope Ministries’ free dinners on Thursdays Donors dropped tons of cakes, cookies and bread. The ministry is expected to deliver 3,300 prepared meals by reservation. It’s too late to reserve, but you can stop by for an individual meal between noon and 1 a.m. They appreciate all the donations.” We here at Hope Café offer meals, free meals, every meal, every day of the year. So, it’s not just our Thanksgiving meal tomorrow, but we’re going to be stocking our pantry with these great charities,” said Kathy Cody with Hope Ministries. They’re all set to give away thousands of free Meals for the Parks community events on Thursdays. , Volunteers at Chuck’s restaurant are chopping 1,300 pounds of turkey. No one is taking food personally this year due to COVID-10 “This cannot happen without our volunteers. We have the best volunteers in the world,” said organizer Bob Iverson.

The free Thanksgiving meal always makes it a special holiday.

On Tuesday, they lined up outside Platinum Kutz near Drake University. Organizers were smoking turkeys and giving them to hundreds of lucky people standing in their cars.

“It doesn’t matter how many people come, whether it’s 10 people or 200 people, our job is to do what we’re doing right now, which is to serve,” said Rob Johnson with Platinum Kutz.

Johnson and his partners have been offering free Thanksgiving meals for four years. They know there is a need, and they want to take care of their neighbors.

“It’s about making an impact on the community. What difference does it make to you?” Organizer Robert Presswood said.

Tim Cook with Two Rivers Bank is proud to help organize this event.

“If someone walks, they get food – that will probably be the only food they eat. And if we can help provide that, that’s beneficial,” Cook said.

Platinum Kutz free food is Wednesdays only.

Across the city, generous Iowans are donating food to Hope Ministries’ free Dinner Thursdays at Bethel Mission. Donors dropped tons of cakes, cookies and bread. It is expected that the ministry will deliver 3,300 ready meals through reservation. It’s too late to reserve, but you can stop by for a personal meal between noon and 1 p.m. They appreciate all donations.

“We here at Hope Café offer meals, free meals, every meal, every day of the year. So, it’s not just our Thanksgiving meal of tomorrow, but we’re going to stock our pantry with these great charities, Kathy Cody with Hope Ministries.

They’re all set to give away thousands of free Meals for the Parks community events on Thursdays. Volunteers at Chuck’s restaurant are chopping 1,300 pounds of turkey. COVID-10. not having any personal meals this year due to

“It cannot do without our volunteers. We have the best volunteers in the world,” said organizer Bob Iverson.

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