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November 24, 2013

Local efforts providing several options for a Thanksgiving feast for the needy

Local efforts providing several options 
for a Thanksgiving feast for the needy

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Niagara Gazette — Hoffman encouraged those who wish to volunteer at the Community Missions to drop by on “Giving Tuesday,” Dec. 3, a new movement to encourage people to assist non-profits during the holiday seasons. For more information on that event, people can contact the Buffalo Avenue mission at 285-3403.

Thanksgiving Dinners MONDAY • 6 p.m. at the Niagara Falls Housing Authority, Doris W. Jones Family Resource Building, 3001 9th St. Free and open the the public. For information contact Owen Steed Sr., at 990-6518. TUESDAY • Heart Love and Soul Food Pantry, 939 Ontario Ave. Call 282-5681 for more information. THURSDAY • The Lords Day Dinner at the LaSalle Griffon VFW post, 2435 Seneca Ave. Free and open to all. To volunteer or contribute or to sign up for home delivery for the elderly and wheelchair bound, call 284-6973. • The Niagara Gospel Rescue Mission's Feed the Falls initiative will deliver meals to anyone who asks. They can be reached at 253-1GOD • The HardRock Cafe, 333 Prospect St., Niagara Falls, by advance ticket only through the Community Missions. All tickets have been distributed.

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