Being fortunate enough to live in the Lowcountry, for this we Give Thanks

In Beaufort, we make sure everyone has a chance to celebrate Thanksgiving

 33rd Annual Community Thanksgiving DinnerOn Thanksgiving Day, the Parish Church of St. Helena will host the 33rd Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner and Community Worship Service on Thursday, Nov. 22, at 507 Newcastle Street in downtown Beaufort. The Community Worship Service will be held in the 300-year-old parish church at 11 a.m., where worshippers will gather to give thanks to the Lord for His provision over three centuries. Following the service, dinner and fellowship will be served across the street in the Parish Hall. All are welcome. Dinner will be served from noon to 2 p.m. Take-away meals are available from 9 to 11 a.m. for those who want to carry meals to the elderly or home-bound. The dinner is a gift to the community with admission being a smile and a thankful heart. Contact Rosalind Dixon, nursery@islc.net or call 843-522-1712, ext. 220.

Group To Provide Free Thanksgiving Meal

Plant the Seed Ministry will be providing a Free Thanksgiving Meal on Thursday, November 22 at 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Atlantic Inn, 2249 Boundary Street, Beaufort. Call Joy Kircher at 843-575-2200 for more information.

What are the unique features that make us thankful to live here?

SPANISH MOSS (Our trees would look naked without it!)

MARSH TACKYS (What’s not to love about these strong little horses?)

SMILING FACES  (Beaufortonians are a generally jolly bunch.)

OYSTERS (For oyster roasts! We’re also thankful for other local seafood.)

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