If you haven’t made plans for turkey dinner, you might want to let someone else do the cooking.
Ashland’s Skyline Cafe announced last week that they would again provide a complete Thanksgiving dinner for donations with the proceeds going to the Central Missouri Honor Flight.
Owner Brenda Ravenscraft said last year’s turkey-day dinner collected more than $1,350 – with all the proceeds going to Honor Flight.
“I like donating to Hornor Flight because I know all of the money will go towards honoring our veterans,” Ravenscraft said.
The November 24 turkey dinner will be served from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. – or until the food is gone, Ravenscraft said.
The menu will be traditional fare, with turkey, stuffing, vegetable, pies and more.