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Twin City Mission puts a twist on Thanksgiving by supplying meals to community

Twin City Mission put a twist to thanksgiving this year supplying meals to community on the go
Posted at 6:20 AM, Nov 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-27 09:37:05-05

BRAZOS, TX — Twin city mission is spreading thanks throughout the community providing meals on wheels this thanksgiving.

”We don’t take the holidays off we still have a mission of connecting those that can help to those who need help, our focus is on providing a home to the homeless a friend to the friendless and giving hope to the hopeless,” said Ron Crozier Director of Community Relations and Development at Twin City Mission.

Their mission to connect their community does not take a pause on the holidays as they continue to serve with gratitude.

”The mission today is to make sure that everybody that comes to us leaves with plenty of to go home and have a traditional Thanksgiving at their own home, the to-go plates are filled with the traditional meal,” said Crozier.

The shelter has prepared over 500 to go meals and residents are feeling thankful.

”It’s like a great thing they're doing helping a lot of people out in need and I'm just grateful to be here and enjoy some of this food that we're going to have,” said Baltasar Vega a resident of the Brazos Valley.

Residents of the community were able to drive by or walk in to grab their thanksgiving dish on the go. With the support of volunteers who enjoy giving back to their community

”CC electric we’ve been coming here since we’ve been established for about 4 years now to just come back and give to the community, we're all about giving back to the community and lending a helping hand wherever and whenever we can,” Said Tia Oliver a volunteer.

Volunteers who understand what it’s like to need help are happy they now can pay it forward.

”Everybody's been in a position where they need help and it feels great to be able to give back or to do anything that can brighten somebody else's day or make someone else have a happy thanksgiving,” said Chance Hott a volunteer.

Twin city mission will continue to serve the community 365 days of the year and feel thankful to have the opportunity to do so.