Manchins continuing tradition by serving dinners at Tiskelwah Center, Union Mission Crossroads Shelter
WASHINGTON, D.C. — This week, U.S. Senator Joe Manchin and his wife, Gayle, will continue their longtime Thanksgiving tradition of serving meals at the Tiskelwah Center and the Union Mission Crossroads Shelter.
“My parents taught me at an early age that if you can count your blessings, you can share your blessings,”Senator Manchin said. “Their important message and dedication to helping those less fortunate has always inspired me to believe in public service and give back to the community. I am truly looking forward to celebrating another Thanksgiving with members of our community by serving meals alongside Gayle and the tireless volunteers at both the Tiskelwah Center and the Union Mission Crossroads Shelter.”