Volunteers continue a tradition on Thanksgiving in Cherokee
CHEROKEE, Kan. – For 18 years now, organizers give a meal to their community at the Cherokee United Methodist Church.
What started as a group of 15 has vastly grown over the years. They serve folks from the community and surrounding areas.
If it weren’t for volunteers, the dinner wouldn’t happen, according to organizers.
Any food leftovers will be donated to the Lord’s Diner in Pittsburg. Cash will be donated to local charities.
KOAM’s Keri Worthen headed there today to see good deeds in action.
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