Troops who meet at the Ark and Dove Presbyterian Church in Odenton worked to provide Thanksgiving meals for local families.
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Several local businesses and the A.S.A. Pride soccer team collected and delivered Thanksgiving meals to five families in Odenton.
Needy families in Odenton will have Thanksgiving dinner this year thanks to the efforts of a local soccer team and group of small businesses. Ten-year-old girls from the A.S.A. Pride girls soccer team collected and loaded turkeys, mashed potatoes and other fixins on Wednesday night and delivered them to five families who may have otherwise gone without a big feast. Team members included Sarah Cooper, Sophia Liebermann and Kayla Bobick. Food was provided by J. King's Restaurant, with help from TradeNet, a local group of small businesses. Owners of the Gambrills General Store and Little House of Flowers were on hand to help load food on Wednesday evening.
Monday, November 19, 2012
There are at least three local ways to get your turkey fix in a single bite.
Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time when folks sit down at a table with family and dine using fine silverware. But sometimes, you want your turkey and stuffing fix in a single bite and on the go. There are at least two local spots where you can get your turkey, cranberry sauce and other fixins all in sandwich form. To some, this is a horrifying corruption of the Thanksgiving spirit. To others—including myself—it's the greatest thing since sliced turkey. WaWa in Gambrills has brought back it's hot turkey "Gobbler" sandwich, complete with cranberry sauce and stuffing. You can also get all the ingredients in a big bowl. They are $3.99 and available through the holidays. The New Orleans Kitchen and French Market in Severn recently …