Souls Harbour ready to serve Thanksgiving dinner thanks to donations
Generous supporters of the Souls Harbour Rescue Mission in Regina have donated enough items to ensure a Thanksgiving dinner will be served Friday.
A campaign to collect 38 turkeys, 375 pounds of potatoes and more achieved success Thursday afternoon, according to tweets from Souls Harbour. That gives a host of volunteers enough time to prepare all the fixings for Friday's meal.
On the menu (among other things):
- Mashed potatoes.
- Squash/turnip/fall vegetables.
- Stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce.
- Pumpkin pie.
The campaign also collected donations of styrofoam cups and plates as well as plastic forks and knives, enough for 750 people.
We have much to be thankful for at the Mission today! The Co-op Refinery Complex & <a href="https://twitter.com/sherwood_coop">@sherwood_coop</a> in Regina have..1/2 <a href="http://t.co/r472ovKJ9j">pic.twitter.com/r472ovKJ9j</a>—@souls_harbour