Project Gratitude 11-26-13
Photos by John Ehlke
A sign with messages of thanks on display during the "Project Gratitude" at the Boys and Girls Club in West Bend on Tuesday night. The Boys and Girls Club of Washington County and the volunteers of First Weber Real Estate served an estimate of 2,000-2,500 plates of food to families for Thanksgiving in the past two days. This is the sixth year that hot food was served. Samantha Guysick, 6, of Jackson lays back on an empty seat as she and her family wait to be excused for dinner during the "Project Gratitude" at the Boys and Girls Club in West Bend on Tuesday night. The Boys and Girls Club of Washington County and the volunteers of First Weber Real Estate served an estimate of 2,000-2,500 plates of food to families for Thanksgiving in the past two days. This is the sixth year that hot food was served. <br/><br/> Jason Staffin of Kewaskum helps his two-year old son, Emmett, with a bite of food during the "Project Gratitude" at the Boys and Girls Club in West Bend on Tuesday night. The Boys and Girls Club of Washington County and the volunteers of First Weber Real Estate served an estimate of 2,000-2,500 plates of food to families for Thanksgiving in the past two days. This is the sixth year that hot food was served. Ron Frase of Hartford shares a moment with his daughter, Kaitlyn, 13, as the two finish their Thanksgiving meal during the "Project Gratitude" at the Boys and Girls Club in West Bend on Tuesday night. The Boys and Girls Club of Washington County and the volunteers of First Weber Real Estate served an estimate of 2,000-2,500 plates of food to families for Thanksgiving in the past two days. This is the sixth year that hot food was served. A patron loads up on the whipped cream for their pumpkin pie during the "Project Gratitude" at the Boys and Girls Club in West Bend on Tuesday night. The Boys and Girls Club of Washington County and the volunteers of First Weber Real Estate served an estimate of 2,000-2,500 plates of food to families for Thanksgiving in the past two days. This is the sixth year that hot food was served. Terri Fredrich, director of Project Gratitude, talks with patrons concerning the home-made centerpieces on display during the "Project Gratitude" at the Boys and Girls Club in West Bend on Tuesday night. The Boys and Girls Club of Washington County and the volunteers of First Weber Real Estate served an estimate of 2,000-2,500 plates of food to families for Thanksgiving in the past two days. This is the sixth year that hot food was served.
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