Princess serves charity Thanksgiving meal
Members of The Leadership Team of Hamilton Princess & Beach Club served up a special Thanksgiving meal at The Salvation Army last night to mark the beginning of the holiday season.
The hotel served a traditional meal of roasted turkey, stuffing, cassava pie, pumpkin rice and vegetables followed by an assortment of delicious desserts to the approximately 250 recipients.
The Salvation Army will be celebrating its partnership with the hotel by performing at the hotel’s Christmas Kick-Off on Saturday night, performing during the Christmas tree lighting event at 6pm and at the Christmas market from 6:45pm.
Dena Hepditch, Corps Officer & Community and Family Services Officer, said: “Hamilton Princess & Beach Club threw a wonderful holiday meal for our diners that they are sure to remember. We are grateful to the team for rolling up their sleeves and getting stuck in to help feed the local community. We are looking forward to celebrating the beginning of the festive season with them on Saturday night.”
• Press release from Hamilton Princess & Beach Club
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