Happy Thanksgiving

Chad Frey
cfrey@thekansan.com
Because of crowd-size restrictions -- Harvey County lowered the limit to 10 people on Nov. 24 -- all meals at the Newton Community Thanksgiving Dinner were drive-thru or delivery only.

Organizers prepared 40 turkeys for the Newton Community Thanksgiving Dinner, an annual event that this year was a bit different than years past.

Because of crowd-size restrictions — Harvey County lowered the limit to 10 people on Nov. 24 — and increasing COVID-19 infection numbers, there was not a dine-in option as a part of the annual dinner. All meals were drive-thru or delivery only.

Drive-thru was at Grace Community Church, 1600 S. Anderson.

There was no charge for the meal. The menu included turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, corn, green beans, cranberries, hot rolls, pie, cake and coffee or tea.

The event serves around 1,100 meals each year.

Kansan photographer Michele Clark captured these image during the event. For more photos, visit thekansan.com

Organizers prepared 40 turkeys for the annual Newton Community Thanksgiving Dinner, an annual event that this year was a bit different than years past.