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The 49th Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner

Our annual community Thanksgiving dinner, co-sponsored by Heights and Hills, Grace Church and the Cobble Hill Health Center with help from the 84th Police Precinct is a much-beloved neighborhood tradition hosted at Grace Church in Brooklyn Heights.  This event is a true community effort that is supported by big-hearted volunteers. Community members, 60 and better, have been enjoying this hearty sit-down Thanksgiving dinner for 49 years. This Thanksgiving, we will continue the tradition of welcoming older adults from the neighborhood to join us. Tickets are a suggested donation of $1 and can be purchased at our Brooklyn office, St Charles Jubilee Senior Center or Park Slope Center for Successful Aging.

Volunteers are needed to help in the kitchen, deliver meals, clean up or greet guests. Can’t volunteer but you still want to help? Bake a pie. Please click here for more information on volunteering!

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