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Enjoy Thanksgiving meal at PTCUMC tonight and provide meals for others

The annual church wide Thanksgiving “Blessed to be a Blessing” meal is set for tonight, Nov. 20, at the Robinson Road Campus of Peachtree City United Methodist Church. Tickets may be purchased at the church office.

In addition to enjoying a delicious traditional Thanksgiving meal with fabulous fellowship, those attending can purchase a meal as a gift for a shut-in member of the church, provide a dinner for Big Bethel Trinity House, and purchase a Meals on Wheels Thanksgiving and Christmas Day meal for Fayette Senior Services.

Prices are: Adults-$8; Children (6-12)-$5; Children (5 and under)-free; Family maximum-$30; and sponsored meals -$8.

The evening will be filled with surprises including a message from Dr. Dodson that will be a “Roll out” of the upcoming Global Impact Celebration “G.I.C.” that will take place Feb. 5 - 9 at PTCUMC!

Dinner will be catered by “Fork In The Road” with a southern Thanksgiving meal. The menu will include turkey, dressing, gravy, green beans, mac/cheese, sweet potato soufflé, biscuits, cornbread, cranberry sauce and cobbler.

Volunteers are needed the day of the dinner to help set-up, serve and clean-up. Sign up to volunteer when purchasing tickets. For dinner information, email karenannstephens@yahoo.com or call 404-493-3093.

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