Harvest Outreach Offers Free Thanksgiving Dinner In Dalton

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Harvest Outreach is once again offering free dinners on Thanksgiving Day at The American Legion Post 112, 1118 N. Glenwood Ave. in Dalton.

"Come by anytime from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and pick up your free Thanksgiving dinner," organizers said.

Call Shelia Reed at 706-280-0883 for more information.

"Harvest Outreach Centers is a place where those who understand the blessings they have, come to serve those who are less fortunate," officials said. "Our desire is to remove the cycle of poverty for individuals and families in need."

Visit https://www.facebook.com/Harvest-Outreach-Centers-307500962692396 for more information.


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