Tuesday, November 20, 2012

C  I  T  Y    O  F    A  T  L  A  N  T  A

ATLANTA CITY COUNCIL MEMBER KWANZA HALL TO JOIN TEDDY RILEY & BLACKSTREET AND SHANTI DAS IN SERVING THANKSGIVING DINNER TO ATLANTA MISSION RESIDENTS ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21

WHO:              District 2 Council Member Kwanza Hall

                        Teddy Riley & Blackstreet

                        Shanti Das, Press Reset Entertainment         

WHAT:           Thanksgiving Dinner for residents of the Atlanta Mission

WHEN:           Wednesday, November 21, 2012 from 4:30 until 7:30 p.m.

WHERE:         Atlanta Mission

                        165 Ivan Allen Boulevard

                        Atlanta, GA 30315

ATLANTA – District 2 Council Member Kwanza Hall will join Teddy Riley & Blackstreet and Shanti Das as they serve Thanksgiving dinner to the residents of the Atlanta Mission.  The dinner, scheduled for the evening before the holiday on Wednesday, November 21, will take place from 4:30 until 7:00 p.m. at the Atlanta Mission, 165 Ivan Allen Boulevard.

“We are so grateful to have Teddy Riley & Blackstreet and Shanti Das as partners this Thanksgiving,” said Hall. “From the moment we introduced them to the great work of District 2’s Atlanta Mission, they wanted to bring the holidays inside and show some Atlanta love to the Mission’s clients and staff.’

Donations for the dinner are welcome through the end of the day Tuesday, November 21, and may be dropped off at 156 Mills Street, Atlanta, GA 30313.  Thanks to the generosity of community donors, many of the items needed for the meal are in good supply. Donations of the following are still welcome: cans of green beans, collard greens, potatoes, and sweet potatoes; rolls; and cranberry sauce. Please inform the monitor at the desk in Fuqua Hall that you have a donation and they will call the kitchen staff.  Please indicate that the donation is for the “No Reservations Needed” dinner.

For questions, or to schedule a drop off time, please contact Ivan Rouse at 678-701-8676.

About the Atlanta Mission

Established in 1938, the Atlanta Mission seeks to end homelessness by providing emergency shelter, residential discipleship, job attainment, and transitional housing to more than 950 men, women, and children daily. To find out more about the work of Atlanta Mission, visit www.atlantamission.org.