EASTON — The Knights of Columbus, in cooperation with Mid Shore Behavioral Health, hosted dinner on Nov. 25 for those less fortunate in the Talbot County area.

Jeanine Beasley of Mid Shore worked with area service agencies to invite more than 125 guests to enjoy home cooked turkey, side dishes and desserts prepared by Knights, their families and community volunteers. The chairman of the event was Bill Radaskiewicz of the Knights who recruited over 30 volunteers to help put the event together. To entertain the guests, a craft table was set up for the children.

This year’s dinner was held at the Easton fire hall. Radaskiewicz said this event could not have been done without the support of the Easton Volunteer Fire Department, which offered the use of its hall and kitchen without charge and offered guests a sneak preview of its model train garden.

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