Thanksgiving dinner raises hunger awareness
JACKSON,Tenn.- Thanksgiving have gotten underway a little early in Jackson. The West Tennessee Cultural Heritage Association held its annual Heritage Thanksgiving dinner, Tuesday night. According to organizers, more than 250 homeless and needy families were served from across the West Tennessee area. They said this event is more than a warm meal, but a way to show those in need that someone cares. “We recognize that hunger is something that is with us and we just want to make sure we do whatever part we can to feed people, said event sponsor James Wolfe. This is the12th year the organization has hosted the Thanksgiving dinner.