Annual Thanksgiving Meal for Homeless and Less Fortunate
Randy Sams Outreach Shelter will continue their annual tradition of serving the area homeless and less fortunate a hearty meal on Thanksgiving Day from 11 AM to 1 PM at the shelter outside weather permitting, inside if rain.
Shelter officials appreciate the donations the community has provided in helping to ensure they can serve between 250-300 individuals, but they are still in need of a few types of items: canned/bottled drinks, desserts, and corn casseroles.
They also are still seeking winter weather clothing donations so that they can make available an assortment of clothing items to the homeless and less fortunate during the meal. The items still needed are gloves, hats, scarves, coats, jackets/hoodies, blankets, socks, and sleeping bags.
If you are able to help please take your items to the Randy Sams Outreach Shelter at 402 Oak Street.
The staff and administrators of Randy Sams Outreach Shelter would like to extend warm wishes for a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.
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