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A very Farmhouse Thanksgiving

The Farmhouse Inn opened its door for a community Thanksgiving dinner on November 22. Serving about 150 meals during two seatings, dozens of volunteers made turkeys, pies and side dishes to feed those who came. The dinner, which was by donation only, raised $4,000 with funds being donated to the Tree of Life food pantry and area school backpack programs (which provide take home food to students in need).

Community Thanksgiving dinner

Community Thanksgiving dinner

The Farmhouse Inn opened its door for a community Thanksgiving dinner on November 22. Serving about 150 meals during two seatings, dozens of volunteers made turkeys, pies and side dishes to feed those who came.

Photo by Faith DeAmbrose

Mikey Bannister takes plates

Mikey Bannister takes plates

Mikey Bannister takes plates from the assembly line and sets them for the servers.

Photo by Faith DeAmbrose

Farmhouse Inn owner Ann Rioux

Farmhouse Inn owner Ann Rioux

Farmhouse Inn owner Ann Rioux and volunteer Abby Jeffrey are part of the clean-up crew.

Photo by Faith DeAmbrose