Thursday, February 11, 2016

Boys & Girls Clubs of Camden County hosts Thanksgiving dinner for club members and their families

The fourth annual Thanksgiving dinner for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Camden County family fed more than 200 little ones and their families.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Camden County hosts Thanksgiving dinner for club members and their families

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The sweet and buttery smell of the mac and cheese filtered through the door of the East Camden Boys & Girls Club Thursday night. Inside, more than 200 Camden club members (from Parkside and East Camden club houses) and their families lined up to get a plateful of mac and cheese, veggies, ham and turkey meat rolled around a ball of stuffing during the fourth annual Thanksgiving dinner for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Camden County family.

The dessert table was also divine with more than 200 beautifully decorated cupcakes.

All the food was donated by area caterers and supermarkets. Volunteers from Congregation Beth El in Voorhees and Impacting Your World Christian Center in Cherry Hill did most of the cooking and serving during Thursday’s feast.

Here are some pictures from the festive event.

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Allison Steele writes about Camden’s schools, government and businesses. Most importantly, she writes about the city’s residents. She is a former crime reporter who covered the Camden and Philadelphia police departments for the Inquirer. A Philly native, she has been with the Inquirer since 2008.

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