City Dishes Out Early Thanksgiving Supper

Free Holiday Meal & Cheer Offered to WPB’s Less Fortunate Neighbors

The City of West Palm Beach will present its annual Share-A-Supper Thanksgiving feast for its less fortunate neighbors.  During the season of giving, the City is honored to host this special dinner that helps spread some cheer to its residents in need.  

For the 16th consecutive year, the City will once again serve up over 1,000 complimentary Thanksgiving meals with a little joy and holiday cheer on the side.  This festive occasion includes gospel singing and dancing along with turkey and all the trimmings prepared by the Florida Culinary Institute.  Dinner will be served on a first-come, first-served basis.  

Mayor Lois Frankel, City Commissioners, and Department Directors will all be on hand dishing out this free buffet dinner.  This heart-warming event is made possible by the commitment of all the volunteers who generously donate their time and resources to help bring Thanksgiving to the less fortunate in our community.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Pleasant City Multicultural Center Gym,
500 22nd Street, West Palm Beach – (561) 835-7050

Thanksgiving dinner is prepared by the Florida Culinary Institute.
Turkeys provided by WPEC News 12’s Project Thanksgiving and the United Way.
Additional sponsors include Cheney Brothers, Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Publix, Sysco Southeast, Rachel’s, Melanie Barnum of Mac Fabrics, Gospel Explosions, “4 Ever Praise” Dance Group, Annette Brown, Blum Foundation and all the supporters of the Pleasant City Multicultural Community Center.