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Eastside Basket Brigade

Thanksgiving Dinner Boxes

We want everyone in our community to be able to cook a delicious Thanksgiving dinner in their own home, with the ones they love! Sign-up below to help us out!

We also host a silent auction to raise money to pay for the specific items we need, but aren't donated- like the turkeys! Please join us on Thursday, November 21 @ Juanita Pub, starting at 6:00pm. Spread the word! All (adults) are welcome!

Date: 11/23/2019 (Sat.)

Location: Juanita Elementary
9635 NE 132nd St, Kirkland, WA 98034

Created by:   Lindsay Vander Pol
 
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Time (PST) Available Slot
7:00am - 9:00am  

Distribution Set Up (6)

Help set up tables, carry in large boxes of groceries, get organized to pack boxes. No children, please.

 
All slots filled
Patricia Davis (3)
Michaela Gormley
Lindsay Vander Pol
Michelle Meeks
9:00am - 11:00am  

Pack Boxes! (30)

Grab a box and walk through our distribution lines, making sure that your Thanksgiving box gets all the goods! Children of all ages are welcome, but please only register their name if they are age 10 or older.

 
28 of 30 slots filled
Patricia Davis (3)
Michaela Gormley
Virginia Talius (3)
Lindsay Vander Pol (2)
Stephanie Miller (2)
Jaclyn Twyman (2)
Leisha Brown
Jesse Brown
Lynn Setliffe (3)
Two adults and three kids (one is 10+)
Elizabeth Kjelland
Vicki Speck
Crystal Thimsen (2)
2 adults and 1 under 10 child
Erica Wolf
Taylor Reuhl
My son (Ben-6) will be joining
Heather Kastler (3)
Vicki Speck
11:00am - 1:00pm  

Deliver Boxes (5)

Deliver boxes to families unable to pick up. Most families live in Kirkland, some Redmond. Please make sure your back seat and trunk are empty. Only register the driver, as we need five separate vehicles.

 
All slots filled
Jennifer Samer
Judy Lewis
Jaclyn Twyman
Rebekah & Luke Arrigoni
Matthew Moehring
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