News Release

Mayor Muoio & City Workers Help Feed Families For The Holiday


November 27, 2013

(West Palm Beach, FL) – West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio joined dozens of employees from across the city to help brighten the lives of over a thousand residents.

It was all part of the 22nd annual Share-A-Supper Thanksgiving Dinner.

This event, produced in partnership with the Lincoln Culinary Institute, was held in the Pleasant City Recreation Center located on 22nd St. and Spruce Ave. in West Palm Beach.


Approximately 1,000 people were served and the leftovers are donated to local church groups.

Among the agencies participating were the United Way, Anchor Restaurant Supply, Cheney Brothers, Coca Cola, Publix, Rachel’s, Sysco, Tulipan Bakery, Sweet Endings and WPEC Project Thanksgiving.


The Lincoln Culinary Institute students prepared the turkeys, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetables, and cranberry sauce.

Local suppliers donated the food for the side dishes, supplies to distribute the food and paper products needed for the dinner.

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