Monday, November 22, 2010

Charity Mission Hand-out Turkeys

It took only a few minutes for Louise Hunter, founder of Love and Charity Mission, to hand-out dozens of turkeys to help needy families in Racine inner-city this Thanksgiving. Above: Hunter, had to turn individuals back after running out of the Thanksgiving turkeys a few minutes after the doors was open. In all the mission located,1031 Douglas Avenue, gave-out over 150 turkeys to people who attended the annual giveaway. " I wish that I had more turkeys to give out to help others," said Hunter, who founded the mission begin in the early 1970s. In addition to handing out turkeys today, Love and Charity, will host a Thanksgiving dinner from 12 noon until the food run-out. The dinner which include turkey and all the trimmings is open to the public. People wanting to volunteer or make contribution can do so by calling Mrs. Hunter at (262) 634-7049.

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