Our Friends at Goodman’s American Pie Have Done It Again

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 @ 04:11 PM

Our friends at Goodman’s American Pie are such kind people. They are always thinking of others and are ready to lend a helping hand.

Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to gather and break bread together. Not everyone has a family to share a hot cooked meal with, and we all know that times are hard right now. The economists may think that the recession is over. Maybe it is for them, but for the rest of us living in the real world…times are hard. Some people can’t afford a regular meal let alone a whole full blown Thanksgiving meal.  The Goodman’s, being the kind hearted and community minded people that they are, are opening their doors on Thanksgiving day and cooking turkeys in their wood fired pizza oven.

Their announcement is listed below:

Goodman’s American Pie will be hosting it’s 1st annual “Turkeys for Tough Times” dinner. We’ll be opening up our restaurant to serve a hot Thanksgiving dinner to those who are in need of a free meal, a warm place, & a welcoming smile. We’ll be cooking the turkeys in our wood fired oven, & the sides will be brought in from volunteers! If you know of a family that would like to join us, please help us spread the word!

Living farther away from The Goodman’s than I would like, I am not there to lend a hand. So, I am doing my part by spreading the word for them. If anyone lives in the Ludlow, Vt. area and needs a helping hand, or has a helping hand to lend, please contact Goodman’s American Pie. 106 Main St. Ludlow, VT.  802-228-4271

While you are in your backyard firing up your turkey fryer getting ready to submerge your bird, or starting up the BBQ smoker to roast one, remember to be thankful for what you have. Remember that there are always those less fortunate. Even if you aren’t in Ludlow, stick a can of food in the bin at the grocery store. Donate a turkey to your local church. Better yet, invite someone to dinner that has no where to go or anyone to spend the day with. If you’ve ever been in need, you already know what it’s like. If you never have been, be thankful, and share yourself or your heart.

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