Golden Steer serves up a record 561 meals at Thanksgiving Community Feast

  • Tuesday, December 4, 2018 10:55am
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A Kent holiday tradition, Golden Steer Steak ‘N Rib House served up a record 561 meals at its 20th annual Thanksgiving Community Feast on Nov. 22.

Volunteers, more than 70 strong, served dinner to people who received vouchers from the Kent Food Bank, through a church or the Kent School District.

The restaurant thanks event partners Sysco Food Services; Franz Family Bakery; Aramark Uniform Services; and Rock Steady Boxing; as well as its customers.

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