Gloucester Twp. Democrats Deliver Turkeys to Those in Need

Carloads of turkey, potatoes and all the Thanksgiving fixings arrived on the doorstep of Gloucester Township families in need this weekend.

Thirty Gloucester Township families in need will have a brighter Thanksgiving, thanks to complete dinners delivered to them this weekend.

The Gloucester Township Democrat County Committee met Saturday to pack and deliver the Thanksgiving meals to 30 township families.

“This was by far the largest number of families we have made baskets for in any of the five years since we’ve started. We are so appreciative of the companies who so generously helped us to provide for our neighbors, and of our organization and our families who always come through for us,” committee co-chair Carol Moore said in a release.

“Our motto is ‘Caring About Community’ and that is just what happened at our organization on Saturday.”

The meal deliveries included everyone needed to make a Thanksgiving dinner, plus stock pantry items. Donations came from Sysco Food Inc., Teamsters 676, Comcast employees, community members and members of the Gloucester Township Democrat County Committee. cleared freezer storage space before the delivery to keep items fresh.

After the bags were packed and ready, Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera (D-4); Mayor David Mayer, town council members Glen Bianchini, Orlando Mercado, Michelle Gentek and Councilman Frank Schmidt; and members of the Democratic committee delivered the bags.


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Michelle Wolfson November 23, 2011 at 08:14 PM
Actually what kills a skunk is usually a car going about 50 MPH. Just sayin....
Michelle Wolfson November 23, 2011 at 08:14 PM
Now that is actually a sensible comment.
Michelle Wolfson November 23, 2011 at 08:15 PM
Make sure if you have pie you get it at The Meadows Diner. Although, I thought "Terrence Jones" was a tea drinker.
Darren Gladden November 25, 2011 at 09:28 PM
Who knows who anybody is but the Mayor remember it's all about "Dave Mayer" remember his team his town that runs things .......Now watching the news and seeing what is happening to the long time Dictators and there outcome's of there life . I just wonder do you really WANT to make everything about you ...........Just care Dave I do http://youtu.be/w5cX_ncZLls
Paul J. DiBartolo November 27, 2011 at 05:47 PM
Thank you, Ms. Burgoon, for pointing out my error. I did remember reading the list of those who donated but got stuck on "...We are so appreciative of the companies who so generously helped us to provide for our neighbors..." That was my mistake and I will be more careful in the furture, however, my misreading does not negate my point. We are told that community members were among those who donated, are not the Democratic Council and Committee members part of the community? Carol Moore tells us their motto is "Caring About Community". I can recount for you when Democratic officials in this town told me go to pound sand over concerns about zoning practices in my neighborhood. They were caring all right but not about the community they are supposed to serve. It would have been sufficient to tell us that community members, which includes anybody living in Gloucester Township, were involved in this charitable effort. Instead this event became another oppurtunity for our Demnocratic politicians to pat themselves on the back in public. Methinks it starts to become apparent that only Democrats in this community care. I wish they would care less and govern better. Passing Pay-to-Play regulations might be a start to show how much they really care about us.


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