The St. Vincent de Paul Society hosted their annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Sunday at Sacred Heart auditorium. It the the 43rd year that the society has hosted the dinner that is open to all members of the community. Guests were served a turkey dinner with all the trimmings including mashed potatoes, stuffing, mixed veggies, cranberry sauce, gravy, dinner rolls, and pie for dessert. Forty-five volunteers worked hard to serve the estimated 500-600 plates of food that will be handed out during the dinner. On Friday, the College of New Caledonia Chefs and Culinary Arts students prepared the eighteen 18-20 pound turkeys that will be served to guests. Over two-hundred pounds of potatoes will be served, as well as, sixty homemade or donated pies. All food served during the annual dinner was donated or purchased with donations made to the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
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