Calabasas Rotary, whose mission statement is “Service Above Self,” is once again serving the senior community this Thanksgiving. For 32 years the club, in partnership with the Sagebrush Cantina, has served a complete Thanksgiving dinner to over 600 deserving seniors. The seniors come from assisted living homes, senior centers, their own homes or other facilities. The meal is cooked and served through the generosity of the Rotary and the Cantina, whose members and staff all volunteer to give back on Thanksgiving Day. This year turkeys were donated by Rotary members, community members and through the generous donation from John Poole of Eastern Poultry, himself a Woodland Hills resident, who has donated hundreds of turkeys to the dinner over the years. They all give up their own holiday to bring Thanksgiving to those who, without this event, may not have had one.
Calabasas Rotary Serves Thanksgiving Dinner to 600 Seniors
- by VNG
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