Palatine church hosts Thanksgiving outreach

  • Thanksgiving turkeys line the stage at Bethel Lutheran Church in Palatine before being distributed Tuesday afternoon.

      Thanksgiving turkeys line the stage at Bethel Lutheran Church in Palatine before being distributed Tuesday afternoon. JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Recipient Ron Keller of Hoffman Estates carries two bags of groceries and a turkey as volunteer Julie McArthur of Hoffman Estates helps distribute food Tuesday at Bethel Lutheran Church in Palatine.

      Recipient Ron Keller of Hoffman Estates carries two bags of groceries and a turkey as volunteer Julie McArthur of Hoffman Estates helps distribute food Tuesday at Bethel Lutheran Church in Palatine. JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 11/23/2010 7:43 PM

More than 100 baskets filled with turkeys and other holiday fare were distributed Tuesday to Northwest suburban residents, as the Bethel Lutheran Church in Palatine welcomed guests to the Living Faith Cathedral Worship Center Church annual Thanksgiving outreach program.

The food collection was a collaborative effort among many faith groups and multicultural entities, according to the Rev. Larry S. Bullock.

 

The Bethel Lutheran Bread of Life Food Pantry serves residents in Arlington Heights, Palatine, Elk Grove Village and Rolling Meadows.