Thanksgiving Dinner Program

Thanksgiving is coming and so is Temple Shaaray Tefila’s Thanksgiving Dinner program and tradition of preparing, cooking, delivering and serving Thanksgiving meals to those in need. With your continued help and support, our Thanksgiving Dinner program will be an assured success. ​Please offer our contact information to nearby organizations with whom we can partner and be able to provide their members with a shared Thanksgiving dinner. If you know of a single person or of a family that would appreciate receiving a Thanksgiving dinner, please quietly pass along this information (confidentially, of course) . Last year, we presented 2000 Thanksgiving dinners, and this year, the early numbers are already exceeding last year’s number. Please offer our invitation to volunteer and share in our Thanksgiving Dinner program. Our program is open and available to anyone and everyone. A list of needed items for our Thanksgiving Dinner program will sent out in a few weeks as well as a schedule for food prep, cooking, turkey carving (always can use more carvers), shopping, etc. We will be cooking, working and cleaning from Mitzvah Day, Sunday November 18th through Thanksgiving Day at about 3PM (read about MD elsewhere in this Temple Topics). Monday through Wednesday we will be at TST’s kitchen from approximately 7:30 or 8AM until late at night. On Thanksgiving Day from 7 or 7:30 AM until approximately noon and we will need people to clean up for a few more hours thereafter. As we have done in the past, we will be serving meals on Wednesday, the day before Christmas in two or three different locations. And this year on Sunday following Thanksgiving we will be serving Thanksgiving lunch/dinner at St. Bartholomew’s Church in White Plains. Hence, we need help Sunday morning into lunch time. Come join us anytime. You will have a great time and help repair the world a bit… As always – THANK YOU ALL!

Please go to our SignupGenius and help in any and every way. 

Gary Cohn ‘Together, we can and will make a difference’ RIchard Leroy TIkkun Olam Baby!

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