By CITIZEN STAFF
If you’ve got a real hankering for turkey or may not be with family or friends for a Thanksgiving feast on Thursday, the monthly community dinner is your answer.
The free meal will be served at the Preston Community Presbyterian Church starting at 6 p.m. with the meal served until 7:30 p.m., said Steve Aust, who has run the project, started by his late wife Karen, for several years.
It will feature a complete Thanksgiving dinner, with smoked turkeys from Utah State University’s meat laboratory, pumpkin pies baked by Aust, among other desserts, and all of the other fixings, he told The Citizen.
Karen Aust started what formally is called Share-A-Meal, originally targeting those in need but now open to anyone in the community who wants to get together for a meal and socializing, Steve Aust said.
“After she died, maybe to relieve the pain in my heart, I have continued the Share-A-Meal, as well as continued working at the food pantry,” Aust said.
This story is sponsored by FCMC Home Health & Hospice.
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