TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Volunteers at Saint Patrick’s Church in Terre Haute spentpart of their Thanksgiving serving others.
Dozens of volunteers from the church drove all over Vigo Countydelivering prepared meals to those who otherwise might not have hadone. The meal consisted of green beans, stuffing, turkey, potatoesand pie.
Those that were unable to make it out to Saint Patrick’sChurch to eat said they are grateful for such a nice meal.
"This means everything to me," said Donna Stout. "You have noidea because I can't fix anything on my own."
Around 800 meals were delivered and served on Thanksgiving.
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