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Terre Haute Turkey Giveaway: Here are the details

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Terre Haute Catholic Charities is delivering 700 turkeys and traditional Thanksgiving side dishes to area homes.

This event is made possible by several local organizations and generous community members, including Duke Energy, Elanco, Downtown Terre Haute Rotary, and Bill and Sally Stewart.

“Holidays are family times, but they can be a difficult time for those families living with food insecurity,” said Sally Stewart.

Turkeys and other food will be distributed from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, at Ben Franklin Elementary. There is a limit of one turkey per household and it is first come, first served. Picking up food for another household is not permitted unless a delegation form has been submitted prior to the event. Attendees can expect to fill out some forms about their income level and household size.

Catholic Charities is asking families to use the 19th Street entrance to help with traffic. Visitors are welcome and can use the main entrance. See the map below for more details on directions and pickup locations. For more questions, please call 812-232-1447


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