Real Thanksgiving Meal at Maple Ridge church

Realtors host 20th annual event at St. Patrick's Church – on 121 Avenue.

Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver members in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows are hosting the 20th annual Real Thanksgiving Meal today.The Real Thanksgiving Meal provides a free, hot Thanksgiving meal for up to 500 residents in the community who would otherwise go without.

Attendees typically include families who can’t provide their own Thanksgiving meals and seniors who don’t have anyone to spend the holiday with.The cost of food is covered by local real estate offices, and the meals are prepared by local realtors, their friends and family.

The meal will be served at St. Patrick’s Church, 22561 – 121 Avenue, Maple Ridge. Doors open at 4 p.m. and meals will be served at 5 p.m.

• To learn more or to attend the event, contact Jeff Weaver, an event coordinator, at jeff@jeffweaver.com or 604-809-8788.

You can also contact Jesse Lalime, communications coordinator, Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver at 604-783-9695 or jlalime@rebgv.org.

 

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