By David Meyer
For the 37th straight year, the Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church hosted a community Thanksgiving Dinner. Between people arriving at the church to break bread and meals being delivered to folks that couldn’t venture outside the house, over 350 people were served. Leslie Youngsteadt, co-chair of the Thanksgiving Dinner, says the food preparation starts well in advance of Thursday in order to make the day successful.
In total, there were eleven turkeys made for the day. Many food items were donated to the United Methodist Church. And because of that, Youngsteadt credits the many volunteers and local businesses that allowed the annual dinner to be a blessing to so many people this year.