iBerkshires.Com reports after spearheading an inaugural community Thanksgiving dinner last fall, there were times this year when Brian and Ann Grande thought there would not be a second annual meal.
But while they know this year will look very different, they could not let a pandemic stop them from plating up turkey and the fixings for those in need.
Grande said the community dinner served between 75 and 100 people last year in person. This year, he is hoping to send out 100 prepackaged meals to people in Adams, Cheshire and Savoy, and he will be signing up potential recipients through Tuesday.
In 2019, the Adams church became the latest Berkshire County non-profit to go the extra mile for community members.

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