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Crossroads Towne Center. From 5 to 8 p.m. on Wed., Nov. 25, the Gospel 4 Life
offers a free holiday meal. Nonperishable food items
Rawhide Western Town and Steakhouse
Thanksgiving dinner with European Flair are also needed for the event, and can be dropped off at
5700 W. N. Loop Rd., Phoenix
Promenade at Fulton Ranch
Savor a hearty three-course meal from 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m.
Northeast corner, Chandler Heights and Alma School Community Thanksgiving dinner
Nov. 26. Menu selections: butter-basted turkey, honey-
. Chandler Community Center
lime glazed ham, buttermilk whipped potatoes, country
For the Thanksgiving holiday, choose from a 125 E. Commonwealth Ave.
sausage corn bread stuffi ng, garden vegetables, pumpkin
distinctive menu of traditional items with a European Chandler, 480-963-2041
pie and more. Cost is $24 for adults, $12 for ages 11 and
fl air, including items such as roasted butternut squash The Salvation Army Chandler Corps hosts its annual
soup, sage-brined turkey, pan-roasted wild sturgeon and community Thanksgiving dinner from 11 a.m. to 1
pear cranberry crisp. The four-course meal includes a p.m. Thu., Nov. 26 at CCC. The dinner is free and
choice of entrée and dessert for $55. A children’s menu open to the public. Food donations for the event are
is also available. welcome. Expected attendance is 700. Items needed
Northeast corner of Gilbert & Germann
include turkeys, stuffi ng, instant mashed potatoes, gravy,
Free Thanksgiving dinner cranberry sauce, corn, green beans, butter, pies, bread
Use the buy-one-get-one free coupon printed in the
Chandler Christian Community Center rolls and fruit punch. The Chandler Corps offi ce located
Where to eat section of the SanTan Sun News to receive a
345 S. California St. at 85 E. Saragosa St. in Chandler.
free 1/3-pound Turkeyburger when you purchase a 1/3-
pound Turkeyburger at the Fatburger Restaurant in the
CCC kids race turkeys
Chandler Christian Church’s fi rst- through sixth-grade boys and girls host their
Holiday events & more
second annual Frozen Turkey Races benefi ting the Chandler Christian Community
Center Food Bank on Sat., Nov. 21 and Sun., Nov. 22. To have your holiday event or charity collection considered for publication in a special
The races are held during regular services at 5 p.m. on Saturday and at 8:30, 9:45
holiday roundup article in the SanTan Sun News, submit the following information before
noon on Nov. 23 for the Dec. 5 issue or Dec. 7 for the Dec. 19 issue.
and 11:15 a.m. on Sunday.
Events, activities or dinners: Send name of event, brief description, times/dates, location/
The children race frozen turkeys down a greased track designed specifi cally for address, fee or free, if reservations are required and publishable phone number. Include a
turkey racing. Following the race, the kids write notes of encouragement on the
web address if applicable.
Charity collections: Name of charity being benefi ted; name of organization doing collection;
turkeys and the church delivers them to the food bank to help the less fortunate
brief list of items being collected; locations/addresses of drop-off sites; times/dates to
have a turkey dinner for Thanksgiving. The race is held in conjunction with the donate and publishable phone number.
church’s recent food drive.
Submissions must also include contact name, daytime phone number and email address.
We encourage photos, which must be 300 dpi JPEGs or taken on a digital camera on the
Chandler Christian Church is located at 1825 S. Alma School Rd. in Chandler.
“best” or “highest quality” setting. Email all info and photos to Lynda@SanTanSun.com
For more about attending the races or donating a frozen turkey that is less than 16 Submission does not guarantee inclusion.
pounds, call the church offi ce at 480-963-3997.
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