For 20 years, members, friends, and neighbors of Georgetown Lutheran Church have joined in fellowship to host a free Thanksgiving dinner for the entire community. This event is held the evening before Thanksgiving and is focused on providing a hot meal and friendship to the homeless, those of limited means, and those lonely and in need of fellowship. Everyone is invited to share this special time and wonderful meal--we hope you join us!
Last year, Georgetown Lutheran Church served between 100 and 130 plates of food. In total, volunteers prepared and served 110 lb. of turkey, 47 lb. of ham, 60 lb. of mashed potatoes, 30 lb. of yams, 26 lb. of green beans, 15 lb. of cranberry sauce, 27 lb. of corn, 4 gallons of gravy, plus rolls, dressing, and a variety of pecan, apple, and pumpkin pies. A food-filled container along with juice, fruit, and snacks was also given to those dinner guests wanting a carryout meal.