Assisted by his family and fellow members of the Pit Bull Motorcycle Club, Timothy East fed people without homes Thanksgiving dinner at Gyles Park in Aiken on Sunday.
“We cook it all with love,” he said.
On the menu were ham, turkey, dressing, gravy, cranberry sauce and rolls.
In addition there were sides such as macaroni and cheese, green beans and rice.
For dessert there were slices of sweet potato pie and pound cake.
“We’re probably prepared to feed from about 150 to 200 people,” said East, who is a maintenance technician for the Aiken Housing Authority.
In the past, East played a major role in the preparation and serving of a meal to those in need on a regular basis around Thanksgiving time.
But then he took a two-year break.
East is back dishing up holiday fare in 2021 because of his grandchildren. He has eight.
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