On one side were about 40 middle school students—half from Tarrytown’s Transfiguration Catholic School, half from The Leffell School, a Jewish day school in White Plains. On the other side, stacks of boxes containing some 1,250 turkeys, destined for area food banks in time for Thanksgiving.
Helping the kids out where some very tall men used to tossing large round things: members of the Westchester Knicks Basketball Team. Orchestrating the effort to move the frozen birds from out of the Stop & Shop on White Plains Road into a waiting truck was a team of black t-short-clad store employees and staffers from Feeding Westchester, whose hunger relief network supplies meals to over 200,000 each month.
Article by Barrett Seaman, from the Hudson Independent, November 14, 2022. Click here for the full article.
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