Tuscaloosa community members will have a chance to grab a free Thanksgiving dinner on the West End this November.

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On Tuesday, November 14th, Shelton State Community College and a host of sponsors will have their 2nd Annual CommUNITY Thanksgiving Dinner starting at 6p at the McDonald Hughes Community Center.

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The event is completely free for all to attend and does not require prior registration. residents of Tuscaloosa can simply show up and enjoy a good free meal and live music.

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“This event is one that is special to me and the fact that we get an opportunity to serve the community means so much," said Joseph Eatmon.

"Last year, we had over 500 people from all walks of life sit together, talk, and share a meal."

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There will be live entertainment provided by The Lock'd Band and music curated by The Big Dawg DreDay. 

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"There aren’t many events where you get to see people of all cultures, demographics, and socioeconomic statuses come together. This year we wanted to give the community a special treat by adding a live band and DJ. Our mission at Shelton State Community College is simply to help people. This is another opportunity to do just that”

Sponsors for this year's event include Spades Restaurant, Alabama One Aspire Foundation, PARA, Dee Banks, and Reenter Reclaim.

If you'd like more information on this event, you're being asked to contact Joe Eatmon at 205-391-2936.

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