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Food distribution and community meals


CARLISLE — It’s all about community in Town of Carlisle where over the next weeks there will be a food distribution for needy families of the town and surrounding area and whose residents will, on the Saturday before Thanksgiving, enjoy a community meal, and then, on Thanksgiving Day, not one, but two community meals.

In a statement released Friday, the town announced that the following events will be taking place over the next two weeks:

• Food Distribution

On Tuesday, November 19, a Food Distribution will be held at the Carlisle Town Hall from 10 a.m.-noon.

The Food Distribution is for residents of the town and the surrounding community only.

For more information about the Food Distribution call the Carlisle Town Hall at 864-427-1505.

• Thanksgiving Community Dinner

On Saturday, November 23, Williams Chapel, 203 Central Avenue, will serve their Thanksgiving Community Dinner from 11 a.m.-until.

• Thanksgiving Community Breakfast

On Thursday, November 28 (Thanksgiving), the Mobley Family will host their 17th Annual Community Breakfast at the Carlisle Fire Department from 8-10 a.m.

• Thanksgiving Community Dinner

On Thursday, November 28 (Thanksgiving), Carlisle Christian Fellowship, 4513 King Kennedy Highway, will serve their annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner.

Carlisle Mayor Mary Ferguson-Glenn thanked all those involved in these events for the generosity towards and support of the residents of the town and the surrounding area.

“It’s wonderful to see the community working together to take care of one another,” Ferguson-Glenn said. “I want to say a special thanks to the Mobley Family, Williams Chapel, and Carlisle Christian Fellowship for their kindness to the people of our community.”

In Carlisle on Tuesday and Thanksgiving Week

Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090.

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