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Written by Larry Roeder, Editor
December 01, 2021

            Thanksgiving is a day that brings many families and friends together to spend time, enjoy the company of each other, and share a meal.  The desire to do so makes it one of the most traveled holidays of the year.

 

Pete Stoeckel carves up one of eight turkeys used in the sixth anniversary of the Red Hill Fire Company's Thanksgiving Dinner.

Mary and John Camuso prepare the salad to feed around 80 people in Red Hill Fire Company's "Operation Burnt Turkey 2021."

            Sadly, there are folks who have no family and few friends; there are those who can't travel or aren't able to spend the holiday with others; and there are some who are just alone and welcome the opportunity to be with others.

            For the sixth year volunteers at the Red Hill Fire Company provided a place to go and company to be with on Thanksgiving.

            Approaching the doors of the Fire Company's Social Hall, one began to enjoy the wonderful aroma of roasted turkey.  The closer you got to the door, the more it drew you inside.

            In the kitchen, about a dozen workers hustled around, doing their part to prepare a Thanksgiving dinner for very special guests.  In the Social Hall, children decorated a Christmas tree that would help add a festive mood to some who might not have it, some who may need it, and all who would appreciate it.

            According to Fire Company President Maryann Longo, "We served 15 people six years ago.  This year, we expect to serve about 80."

Guests line up to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner at Red Hill Fire Comp

pany's "Operatoin Burnt Turkey 2021."

 

            The workers went about their duties in the kitchen wearing T-shirts proclaiming "Operation Burnt Turkey 2021 – Proudly Serving the Community Thanksgiving Dinner for 6 Years."  A grateful community ...



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