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Free Thanksgiving meals always make it a special holiday. On Tuesday, they lined up outside Platinum Kutz, near Drake University. The organizers smoked turkeys and gave them to hundreds of lucky people lined up in their cars. “No matter how many people come, whether it’s 10 people or 200 people, our job is to do what we’re doing right now, which is to serve,” said Rob Johnson of Platinum Kutz. Johnson and his partners have been providing free Thanksgiving meals for four years. They know there is a need and they want to take care of their neighbors. “It’s about having an impact on the community. How can you tell the difference? Said organizer Robert Presswood. Tim Cook of Two Rivers Bank is proud to help organize the event. “Someone comes in and has a meal – it will probably be the only meal they eat. And if we can help deliver that, it’s gratifying, ”Cook said. The Platinum Kutz Free Meal is only on Wednesdays. Generous Iowa residents across town are donating food for Hope Ministries’ free dinner Thursday at Bethel Mission. Donors dropped off lots of cakes, cookies and bread. Hope Ministries will deliver 3,300 prepared meals on reservation. It’s too late to book, but you can stop for an in-person meal between noon and 1 p.m. They appreciate all donations. So it’s not just our Thanksgiving meal tomorrow, but we’ll be stocking our pantry with these great gifts, ”said Kathy Coady of Hope Ministries. They are all set to deliver thousands of free meals for the Parks Community event on Thursday. . Chuck’s Restaurant volunteers cut 1,300 pounds of turkey. There is no in-person meal this year due to COVID-10 “I can’t do it without our volunteers. We have the best volunteers in the world,” said organizer Bob Iverson.

Free Thanksgiving meals always make it a special holiday.

On Tuesday, they lined up in front of Platinum Kutz, near Drake University. The organizers would smoke turkeys and give them to hundreds of lucky people lined up in their cars.

“No matter how many people come, whether it’s 10 people or 200 people, our job is to do what we’re doing right now, which is serving,” said Rob Johnson of Platinum Kutz.

Johnson and his partners have been providing free Thanksgiving meals for four years. They know there is a need and they want to take care of their neighbors.

“It’s about having an impact on the community. How can you tell the difference? Said organizer Robert Presswood.

Tim Cook of Two Rivers Bank is proud to help organize the event.

“Someone comes in and has a meal – it will probably be the only meal they eat. And if we can help deliver that, it’s gratifying, ”Cook said.

The Platinum Kutz Free Meal is only on Wednesdays.

Across town, generous Iowa residents donate food for Hope Ministries’ free dinner Thursday at Bethel Mission. Donors dropped off lots of cakes, cookies and bread. Hope Ministries will deliver 3,300 prepared meals on reservation. It’s too late to book, but you can stop for an in-person meal between noon and 1 p.m. They appreciate all donations.

“We offer meals here at HOPE Cafe, free meals, all meals, every day of the year. So it’s not just our Thanksgiving meal tomorrow, but we’ll be stocking our pantry with these great gifts, ”said Kathy Coady of Hope Ministries.

They are all set to deliver thousands of free meals for the Parks Community event on Thursday. Chuck’s Restaurant volunteers cut 1,300 pounds of turkey. There is no in-person meal this year due to COVID-10

“I can’t do it without our volunteers. We have the best volunteers in the world, ”said organizer Bob Iverson.

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