OSWEGO, NY – Human Concerns prepared Thanksgiving bags which included a complete Thanksgiving dinner for more than 250 families this year.
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With the help of Mrs. Allison Heintz’s class from Trinity Catholic School, more than 200 Thanksgiving cards were created by students throughout the school.
The cards were included in the bags.
The students visited the center, placed the cards in each of the bags and were given a tour by Debbie Deeb, AmeriCorps worker and program director of Human Concerns.