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Scenes from Thanksgiving 2017 at the Roosevelt Island Senior Center

Sharing the love at Thanksgiving in the Senior Center
Sharing the love at Thanksgiving in the Senior Center
Photo courtesy of the Roosevelt Island Disabled Association

"There were between 70-80 people that attended," reported Roosevelt Island Disabled Association President Wendy Hersh. Her first major foray, serving a delicious feast for all at the Senior Center, was a success enhanced by collaboration with the Carter Burden Network.

Some scenes from Thanksgiving at the Senior Center...

As always, volunteers make it happen for seniors and people with disabilities on Roosevelt Island.
As always, volunteers make it happen for seniors and people with disabilities on Roosevelt Island.
Photo courtesy of the Roosevelt Island Disabled Association

 

Food Porn at the Senior Center's 2017 Thanksgiving feast
Food Porn at the Senior Center's 2017 Thanksgiving feast
Photo courtesy of the Roosevelt Island Disabled Association

 

Cooks in the kitchen: Judy Berdy, Wendy Hersh, Lisa Fernandez
Cooks in the kitchen: Judy Berdy, Wendy Hersh, Lisa Fernandez
Photo courtesy of the Roosevelt Island Disabled Association

 

Joyce Short makes sure everyone has more than enough to eat
Joyce Short makes sure everyone has more than enough to eat
Photo courtesy of the Roosevelt Island Disabled Association

 

With family and friends and feast this good, even Santa stopped by for a dish.
With family and friends and feast this good, even Santa stopped by for a dish.
Photo courtesy of the Roosevelt Island Disabled Association

 

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