LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada served more than 1,000 Thanksgiving Day meals to help feed the community on the holiday.
CCSN said this year marked its 55th consecutive offering free meals to those in need on Thanksgiving.
The meals were distributed inside the newly built outdoor pavilion and served in to-go style packaging during the coronavirus pandemic.
"Thank God for the dining pavilion. This gives our clients a chance to have a traditional Thanksgiving meal while being safe from the wind and other elements," said CCSN President and CEO Deacon Tom Roberts."Like everybody we've had our challenges but we are very grateful and thankful that we are continuing this tradition that we've done every single year."