Thanksgiving dinner greatly appreciated

Trail resident and family appreciate Thanksgiving dinner at the Local 480 hall.

I had the good fortune to attend a lovely Thanksgiving dinner on Oct. 11 at the Local 480 hall. The dinner was free and my daughter and I attended with several of our friends. There was turkey, dressing, vegetables, mashed potatoes and gravy and salad and buns offered, as well as coffee, tea and soft drinks. The diners were called up in order of the very young, then the very old and then the rest of us.

The food was plentiful, delicious and served with a smile by all of the volunteers.

There was also pie a la mode for those who could fit in dessert!

I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the Trail Alliance Church for the lovely community Thanksgiving dinner that was open to all who wished to attend. My daughter and myself enjoyed ourselves very much.

Dana Seaman


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