Heights and Hills: “We Need Pies; Servers”

This in from Heights & Hills Community Council, and the Brooklyn Heights Association:

Heights and Hills’ annual Thanksgiving Dinner will be held at Grace Church on Thanksgiving Day, serving older adults in our community. Heights and Hills also delivers meals to about 75 neighborhood seniors who are too frail to get out and join the festivities.

The dinner is open to senior citizens regardless of economic status. It is a community effort that is co-sponsored by Heights and Hills, Grace Church and Cobble Hill Health Center with assistance from the 84th Precinct and the Brooklyn Heights community.

Volunteers are needed to bake and bring pies to the Church (on or before Thanksgiving morning), and to help with delivering meals to the homebound, seating and serving the elderly, cleaning up, and socializing with the guests.

If you can donate your time between 10:30 AM and 2 PM, please call (718) 596-8789 to sign up, or for further information.

In the words of Grace’s Rector, Steve Muncie: “You have no idea how much pie they can eat.” So, if you can bake a pie or two, good karma to you. If you can come and help serve, so much the better.

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