Helping those in need at the annual Bountiful Harvest Meal
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It truly was a day of Thanksgiving at Seton Hall in White Hall as dozens of volunteers worked frantically filling containers full of turkey, ham and all the fixins for dozens of families across the county during the annual Bountiful Harvest Meal. This is the 24th year that the Thanksgiving meal has been offered, free of charge to the needy, those who are all alone, or those who simply don’t want to prepare a big holiday meal for the family. Last year, because of COVID-19, it was take-out only. This year, there was the dine-in option, but most continued to take home their meals. Organizer Carrie Alexander said they served over 250 meals between those who came for take-outs, those who dined in and those meals that were delivered to shut-ins.