Tyrone Armory and NHS Team Up For Free Thanksgiving Meal

The Tyrone Armory will host their 3rd Annual Free Thanksgiving Dinner on November 22nd with the help of Tyrone National Honor Society.

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The free dinner will take place on November 22nd from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.

The Tyrone High School National Honor Society is teaming up with the Tyrone Armory for its third annual free Thanksgiving Dinner.

The event will be held on Tuesday, November 22nd at the Armory Tyrone Community Center, located at 926 Logan Avenue in Tyrone, from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm.

“This dinner is free thanks to the local churches, businesses, volunteers, families, and donations. Tyrone is a special place. The community always comes together whenever there are warm-hearted events like this one,” said Tyrone Armory faculty director, Eric Latchford.

This dinner is free thanks to the local churches, businesses, volunteers, families, and donations! Tyrone is a special place – the community always comes together whenever there are warm-hearted events like this one”

— Eric Latchford

“We don’t look to gain anything – however, we just want to bring the community closer together and bless individuals and families,” said Latchford.

The Tyrone Armory and NHS welcome anyone in the community to the event but ask that those planning to attend to sign up online prior to the event so enough meals can be provided.

Sign up for the free dinner by going to https://tinyurl.com/TyroneArmoryThanksgiving and entering their name and how many meals they want.

“We saw [Tyrone National Honor Society] was planning a Thanksgiving Dinner and after connecting with them we decided that working together could make a bigger impact on the community. They have been great to work with and we look forward to being together at the event,” said Latchford.

Dine-in and take-out will be available at the event. However, takeouts are limited to 200 this year in order to encourage people to build togetherness in the community.

“Counting this year we will have served close to 2500 meals since 2020. It takes a lot to make an event like this a successful one. We greatly appreciate everyone who is involved in helping in any way,” said Latchford.