Neon Moon Restaurant serving annual free Thanksgiving Day Dinner

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Neon Moon Restaurant is continuing a tradition started years ago when the restaurant/club was known as East Fork. Neon Moon is now owned by Chris and Brandi Bevill. Former East Fork manager Kathy Frazier continues to work in the restaurant and she wants everyone to know the annual Free Thanksgiving Day dinner is still happening.

“We will be serving our annual dinner from 1 to 3 p.m. and we want everyone to know all are invited. We are asking folks (if you are able) to bring a non-perishable food item and/or a new unwrapped toy. These items are donated to local churches in our community and then distributed to families in need,” Frazier said. “Cash donations will also be accepted as well. And this year we would like to include the Wood County Child Welfare and Protection Board in our 7th Annual Project Give Back.”

This year’s Thanksgiving feast will be turkey and dressing with giblet gravy, brown sugar baked ham, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, candied yams, macaroni and cheese, rolls, along with pumpkin and pecan pie.

“We would like to thank everyone for their support over the years especially with our Project Give Back which really means a lot to our community. To see a kid’s eyes light up when they get that special gift or toy means everything to us who have been doing it for years,” Frazier concluded. “We want to wish you all the happiest of times for you and your family during the holidays and my God continue to bless you.”

For information call 903-383-7008.

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