Willowbrook Safeway helped raise funds for the Brogan’s diner community dinner. Courtesy Albert Mutis

Community Thanksgiving at Brogan’s diner

Brogan’s diner hosted a free community turkey dinner on Oct. 6.

It was turkey and all the trimmings for anyone in need of a meal as Brogan’s Diner opened their doors to the community on Oct. 6 to dish out a Thanksgiving dinner.

The diner also hosts free community dinners on the first Saturday of each month.

Willowbrook Safeway store manager, Albert Mutis, has been fundraising for the dinners for the past six months.

“We supported the May dinner with funds and we volunteered our time to help serve. We were so blown away by the turn out and the positive impact on the community that we got on board to help sponsor the Thanksgiving community dinner,” said Mutis.

The dinner also included karaoke, entertainment and music.

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