The Loft, a community Christ-centered outreach ministry located in Fayette, will continue a tradition that it started three years ago by serving fresh-cooked meals on Thanksgiving Day.
Dana Beavers, owner of The Loft, said that she just wants to serve people who might not otherwise have a home-cooked Thanksgiving meal.
The “Kids and Kin” Program, a service offered by the Family Guidance Center of Alabama and funded by the Alabama Department of Human Resources, will be offering a series of classes continuing through June in the Fayette area.
“The Loft,” a Christian Ministry located on Columbus Street in downtown Fayette, will again offer free Thanksgiving meals to the public this year. The meals will be available from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. at The Loft on Nov. 25, and will consist of chicken and dressing, ham and/or turkey, sweet potato casserole, green beans, roll, dessert, and water or soft drink.
Local business owner Dana Beavers knows a lot about people overcoming obstacles and personal transformations. This year, she decided to start a project that would show just how beautiful transformation can be. Beavers went to Mobile in the spring and purchased 165 milkweed plants, hoping to start a monarch butterfly farm on the patio of her community outreach center, “The Loft.”
The Loft, a community Christ-centered outreach ministry located in Fayette, served fresh cooked Thanksgiving meals to citizens of the surrounding area on Thanksgiving Day. Dana Beavers, owner of the Loft, said that she wanted to serve people who might not otherwise have a Thanksgiving meal. The meal consisted of ham, dressing, green beans, sweet potato casserole, rolls, dessert and a drink. Beavers said that approximately 135 plates were served to members of the community.