Over 700 served meals at Thanksgiving in the Valley
More than 700 people were served meals Thursday at the 29th annual Thanksgiving in the Valley dinner. The number included over 400 served meals at their home or business by delivery and coordinated through the Scottsbluff Volunteer Center. More than 300 more people ate meals at the Guadalupe Center.
We couldn't make the 29th Annual Thanksgiving in the Valley a success without these gracious sponsors:
Allo Communications who provide the turkeys,Roberts Dairy for the milk, Northfield Retirement Communities and the Pro Start Class and Suzanne Myers at the Scottsbluff High School who furnish the
majority of pies and cookies, Monty Flock for the homemade corn muffins, the linens by Ideal Cleaners, generous monetary donations by Team Auto Center,Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Great Western Bank, Beta Sigma Phi Beta Omega Chapter, and the Patrons of the Pink Palace for the memorial donation forthe Highway 26 turkey.
A special thanks to Randy Thruston and his crew who cook the meal, and the Elks Lodge for their kitchen to prepare the meal,The Guadalupe Center for providing a location, Jill Allen, Executive Director of the Scotts Bluff County Volunteer Center for organizing the delivered meals,The Noon Kiwanis Organization, the Soup Kitchen Board, Julio and Maggie Bernal, Dorthy Fox, and Melvin Shockley, Greg West and Kevin at PanhandleCo-op, the volunteers who help prepare the meal, serve the meal and deliver the meals.
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