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NBA player partners with Boys and Girls Club for MB turkey giveaway

(Source: Conor McCue) (Source: Conor McCue)
(Source: Conor McCue) (Source: Conor McCue)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF)-  The Boys and Girls Club of the Grand Strand is partnering with Game on Foundation for the annual Thanksgiving fest November 22. Several food items will be donated to families in need. Game On Foundation was founded by NBA player and Myrtle Beach native, Ramon Sessions.

Sessions is a very active member of the Myrtle Beach community, his foundation fed close to 250 families during Thanksgiving at his annual turkey giveaway, and the goal is doubled this year.

The event begins Sunday at 2:30 in Race Path, located at 9760 Kings Road.

Monetary donations are welcome, turkeys and non-perishable items to put meals together.

 Suggested donations items include:

  • Turkeys
  • Boxed Mashed Potatoes
  • Canned Green Beans
  • Canned Corn
  • Canned Pumpkin
  • Canned Yams
  • Bread Crumbs for Dressing
  • Boxed Dressing/Stuffing
  • Chicken Stock (canned or box)
  • Pickles/Olives/Cranberry Sauce
  • Bakery Items -  if close to distribution date (rolls, pies, etc)
  • Canned Gravy or Gravy Packets
  • Elbow Macaroni
  • Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes (only if closer to the distribution date)
  • Beverages (Sodas, Water, etc)

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