By Betsy Thorpe
Members Of West Nashvlle’s Fire Department Share A Thnksgiving Dinner With Neighbors At Saint Lukes Community House
On Saturday November 21st, Saint Lukes Community House hosted their annual Thanksgiving Dinner. Volunteers from Saint George Episcopal Church observed more than three hundred dinners to members of West Nashville’s community. The event also included a health fair, petting zoo and numerous children’s activities.
Saint Lukes Community House, located at 5801 New York Avenue serves West Nashville by helping low income working families, seniors and individuals achieve their potential. They strive to prevent problems that threaten the stability of families and the local community. They offer Meals on Wheels to seniors and are a Second Harvest Food Bank distribution center. They also offer programs that enrich the lives of young people by instilling the importance of education, and they help educate adults to improve their employability. They also work to help adults over sixty lead full independent lives. Holistic in their approach, Saint Lukes brings in numerous community agency partners to provide specialty services to empower residents living in the 37209 zip code the ability to improve their standard of living.
For more information on Saint Lukes Community House, its programs and its volunteer opportunities please call 615 350-7895.