Toll Gate Grammar School Prepares Thanksgiving Meals for TASK

Toll Gate Grammar School Prepares Thanksgiving Meals for TASK

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Caption (1): From left to right, First grade students Jacob Berman, Eliana Fastag-Rosenfield, Sophie Walters, Killeen Fennessy and Gio Gulino help mix ingredients for one of 288 pies baked as part of Toll Gate Grammar School’s effort to prepare 750 Thanksgiving dinners for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen.

Toll Gate Grammar School held its 30th annual effort to prepare more than 700 Thanksgiving dinners for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (“TASK”).For the past few weeks, the Toll Gate school community has donated food, supplies, time and energy to cook, carve and package 60 turkeys, bake and box 288 pies, and deliver 750 Thanksgiving meals. Third grade students helped unload the truck at TASK yesterday and decorated for the celebration today.

Caption (2): Parents and students came together in the Toll Gate cafeteria Tuesday evening to carve and package 60 turkeys as part of the school’s effort to prepare Thanksgiving dinner for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen.
Caption (2): Parents and students came together in the Toll Gate cafeteria Tuesday evening to carve and package 60 turkeys as part of the school’s effort to prepare Thanksgiving dinner for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen.

“This is Toll Gate’s 30th year participating in this amazing project with TASK,” said Melissa Cappucci, a Toll Gate parent and TASK co-chair. “We are so grateful for the efforts of our community to help us cook and prepare Thanksgiving dinner for TASK.”

“This project is so much fun to be a part of,” said Dawn Berman, a Toll Gate parent and TASK co-chair. “It’s when we see the spirit of our beautiful community shine brightly.”

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