Ponca City Charity Angels can smoke your turkey

Ponca City Now - November 10, 2014 4:28 pm

The season of giving has begun and the Ponca City Charity Angels have

partnered with Ponca City Discount Foods for their most recent fundraiser
and community service project, The Gift of Gobble. Your Thanksgiving turkey
will be seasoned and smoked and ready to eat. In addition to your turkey,
another will be donated on your behalf to a family in need. Proceeds from
this fundraiser will help the Charity Angel Ambucs with their mission of
providing mobility and independence to people with disabilities. You have
until Tuesday, November 18, to pre-purchase a Thanksgiving turkey from the
Charity Angels and they will also gift one to a family in need. They will
take the work out of Thanksgiving dinner.

Turkeys must be purchased in advance for $50 and are approximately 12-14
lbs. On Sunday November 23, the Charity Angels and Noon Ambucs will be
seasoning and smoking the turkeys from Woodland’s Christian Church Youth
House, 1127 N. 14th. The pre-purchased turkeys will be available for
drive-thru pick up at the Youth House between 3-5 pm on Sun. Nov. 23, just
in time for your holiday dinner.

This year, we are encouraging businesses that buy turkeys for their
emloyees, to purchase these turkeys. Not only will it take some of the
cooking off the hands of their employees, but will also be doing a great
service for the community, by providing turkeys to families in need.

To place your turkey order, contact any Charity Angel Ambuc or email us at
[email protected].


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