Pi Omega’s Thanksgiving Feast Project

Baltimore, MD. On November 25, 2010, the Brothers of Pi Omega Chapter hosted their annual Thanksgiving Feast project. Since 2000, the Brothers of Pi Omega Chapter have traditionally held a Thanksgiving Day Feast at the Fraternity Center. The feast is held to feed the indigent and shut-in who live in the neighborhood surrounding the Fraternity Center. This year’s feast consisted of turkey, string beans, collard greens, rolls and a variety of other foods. Each individual who came for a meal was also provided with a bag of groceries to take with them to their home.  The participants were also treated to the first appearance of “Santa Que” who helped spread the joy of thanksgiving and ushered in the Christmas spirit.

Since its inception, Pi Omega has fed over five hundred residents in the community. The brothers of Pi Omega take great pride in this project and this pride is also shared beyond the chapter.  Each year the number of volunteers’ increases as friends and families of the chapter come out to support this great effort.  This year the Brothers fed over four-hundred-fifty people.

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