Whiteaker Thanksgiving Turkeys Delivered

THANKSGIVINGEUGENE, Ore. — Lane Community College got a big delivery in time for the Thanksgiving holiday–1,500 pounds of turkey.

LCC is getting ready for the 26th annual Whiteaker Free Community Thanksgiving Day dinner.

Culinary arts students will prepare the turkeys that will feed more than 2,200 homeless and less fortunate men, women, and children.

“We definitely learn how to fabricate a turkey which is quite interesting to carve it all up and make sure there is no waste and that we’re using everything possible because these turkeys are donated from business around the community so it’s just a wonderful event to be a part of,” said LCC culinary student Lavonn Wical.

The free dinner is held at the Whiteaker Community Headstart Center on North Grand. It happens from from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.

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