The 13th annual Cut Bank Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be held on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 28 at the Parkview Center, located at 715 East Main. The meal prepared by the amazing group of volunteers, will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Everyone is invited and the meal is free. There is a free will offering basket, but there is no obligation to make a donation. Any donations the volunteers receive will go to both the Parkview and the Harvest Food Pantry.

Organizers expressed their appreciation to CHS, Albertsons and local churches and community members for their generous donations to provide the dinner.

While there is a good team of volunteers already lined up to make the dinner a reality, organizers said they can always use a few more volunteers. 

A few extra hands would be appreciated on Wednesday, Nov. 27, to help with set-up beginning around 7 p.m. Volunteers are also needed on Thanksgiving Day, starting around 9 a.m., to work two-hour shifts. To view available shifts still needing to be filled and to sign up online go to https://bit.ly/330aKTA.

Donations of salads, pies or other desserts, relish tray items or butter, are always appreciated, as are cash donations.

Organizers invite you to view an up-to-date listing of remaining food donations needed and to sign up online at https://bit.ly/2r8gJbw.

If you would like a meal delivered because you are unable to come down to the Center, please sign up at one of the local churches.

If you are interested in volunteering or donating to the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner, please contact Donna Lenoir at 873-0276 or by email at lenoir@bresnan.net or Kari Lewis at 209-2953 or by email at kariandkaleblewis@gmail.com.

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