Bethlehem Center And Westside Missionary Baptist Church To Host Community Thanksgiving Dinner On Nov. 14

Friday, November 3, 2017

South Chattanooga residents are invited to get together and celebrate Thanksgiving on Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 6 - 7 p.m. at the Bethlehem Center at 200 W 38th St.

The free community event, hosted by the Bethlehem Center and Westside Missionary Baptist Church will include chicken, green beans, dressing, dessert, and more.

“Every member of our staff loves working with the community in South Chattanooga,” said Reginald Smith, II, executive director of the Bethlehem Center. “We leave the center every day marked by a conversation with a resident or funny interaction with a child that makes working at the Beth amazing, so we want to take this Thanksgiving to show the residents we appreciate them with a home-cooked meal.”

No registration is required to attend the event and families of all sizes are welcome. For more information or ways you can help, call the Bethlehem Center at (423) 266-1384 ext. 3.

The Thanksgiving meal is one of many community events the Bethlehem Center hosts to give South Chattanooga residents opportunities to fellowship with one another and give thanks as a community.

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