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Fill your stomach with chili to help The Hope Market this Thanksgiving

The Hope Market food pantry is hosting a chili supper to prepare for the year’s biggest dinner event: Thanksgiving. Here’s how stuffing your face can help stuff a turkey.

The Hope Market Local Food Pantry chili supper

Volunteers spend their days making sure every stomach is filled.

Photo by The Hope Market

Stuff your face = stuff a turkey. It’s almost time for The Hope Market‘s third annual Thanksgiving basket giveaway — a program providing families with all the supplies needed to cook a traditional Thanksgiving meal.

To raise funds for baskets, the food pantry is hosting a chili supper and silent auction this Sunday, Oct. 15 from 5 to 8 p.m at Divine Mercy Parish, 555 W. Main St., Gardner, KS.

The all-you-can-eat supper is $20 for adults and $5 for kids, with 100% of the proceeds going toward building Thanksgiving baskets which include a turkey with all the fixings, sides, and a dessert.

Contact The Hope Market to reserve your ticket, and make sure you bring an empty stomach so you can gobble ‘til you wobble.

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