Thanksgiving meal turns to-go
The seeing eye
MISSION NEEDS DONATIONS: The Warren Family Mission is hosting its 22nd annual Thanksgiving meal noon to 4 p.m. Nov. 25 with takeout and delivery only. Meals can be picked up at 155 Tod Ave NW, Warren, at the red trailer or people can call the mission at 330-394-5437 to get on a delivery list. This year has especially been hard to get donated items due to COVID-19 and people not dropping off items in person, mission staff noted. Items needed are turkeys, instant mashed potatoes, gravy, boxed stuffing, Hawaiian rolls, cookies and monetary donations designated to toward a Thanksgiving meal. The mission will buy those items lacking. There is also a need for volunteer delivery drivers and meal packers.
LOCAL CLUB HOSTS MUSIC PROGRAM: Warren Music Club, a member of the Ohio and National Federation of Music Clubs, will meet Sunday at the home of Karl and Jeannine Morris. To follow the coronavirus guidelines, 10 members will come at 2 p.m. and 10 members will meet at 4 p.m. Masks are required and social distancing will be observed.
The program’s theme is Parade of American Music, sponsored by NFMC and observed annually in November. Members will sing the Song of the Month, “You’re A Grand Old Flag” by George M. Cohan, from “Together We Sing: Monthly Songs for Music Clubs,” published by NFMC.
Program chair Alix Hannan, using the theme American Women Composers, has invited club member Brendan McEvoy to play his violin for the musical portion of the program. He will join Nancy DeSalvo, piano, and Jeannine Morris, organ for an arangement by Jane Linker of “Here I Am, Lord.”
Karl Morris will sing “Give Me a Clean Heart” by American Composer Margaeret Douroux. He will also present a report from the NFMC approved course of study book entitled “A Treasury of American Songs,” by Olin Downes and Elie Siegmeister. The group will song “Blessed Assurance” by Fannie Crosby. Refreshments will be served by Layes Wood, Donna Robison, and Mary Anne Stefanick following the program.
Prospective members are welcome and may call 330-392-5690 for reservations and directions.