For more than a decade, the congregation at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 2207 N. Second St., has hosted their annual Thanksgiving Day Outreach Ministry Community Dinner and Fashion Share on Thanksgiving Day to pray, fellowship, eat and share some of their blessings with less fortunate individuals. Last Thursday was no exception, and everyone who participated was greeted in the stairwell to the fellowship hall with the wonderful aroma of oven roasted turkey, cornbread dressing, macaroni, green salad and a wide assortment of desserts and beverages where everything was in abundance. After dinner, door prizes were presented to the lucky individuals recognized by raffle tickets. School supplies were given to students and individuals in need of gently used clothing. They were allowed to select items from several tables stacked with a tremendous assortment of men’s pants, ladies dresses, shirts, and shoes donated by members of Mt. Zion. Pictured here are Thanksgiving Day Program Chairperson Lynda Guyton and Bertha Lipsey, Chairperson of the Mission Society. Rev. Dr. Louis Sibley, III, is pastor.