Girl Scout Troop 4105 celebrates Thanksgiving

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On Saturday, Nov. 23, the Girl Scouts of Troop 4105 celebrated Thanksgiving by giving back to the community from noon until 2 p.m. at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park on St. Helena Island.

The girls served hot, free Thanksgiving dinners to the community, including curbside services for senior citizens, the disabled, and
homebound.

The menu included turkey, ham, yellow rice, string beans, candied yams, gravy, cranberry sauce, cornbread, cake, lemonade and water.

Food was donated by Girls Scouts leaders, co-leaders, adult volunteers and parents. The troop goal was to serve 100 dinners, and they exceeded expectations and served 130 dinners to
the community.

The following communities were represented and served at the dinner: St. Helena Island, Lady’s Island, Beaufort, Port Royal, Shell Point, Yemassee, Hilton Head Island and Savannah, Ga.

Thanks to all the supporters, which includes the Penn Center Park Committee, for giving the troop the privilege to serve the community at
the park.

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