For 36 years, hundreds of meals have been consumed at Sturgeon Bay UMC’s community Thanksgiving meal. “All are welcome who don’t have a place to celebrate the holiday,” Program Co-Chair Leslie Youngsteadt said. “It takes a lot of work, but it is well worth it when you see grateful smiles of those who join us. We get a lot more than we give.”The menu includes 10 turkeys, 45 homemade pies, quick breads, cranberry sauce, green beans, potatoes, squash and more. “All of the food is is either donated or monetarily backed by gracious organizations and businesses in the county,” Youngsteadt said. “Our numerous volunteers come from our church, other churches and those who just want to lend a hand.” Click here to read the full story from the Green Bay Press Gazette.