Volunteers load frozen turkeys into a truck during the Big Ol’ Turkey Round Up at Brooklake Church last Sunday. The event collected 323 turkeys which will be given to those in need. Courtesy Shelley Pauls

Volunteers load frozen turkeys into a truck during the Big Ol’ Turkey Round Up at Brooklake Church last Sunday. The event collected 323 turkeys which will be given to those in need. Courtesy Shelley Pauls

Big Ol’ Turkey Round Up collects birds for families in need

Brooklake Church collected 323 turkeys to help local families enjoy a tasty Thanksgiving meal.

The frozen birds were collected during the fifth annual Big Ol’ Turkey Round Up last Sunday.

Since the event started in 2013, 1,700 turkeys have been collected and distributed to families in need. All donations are given to the Multi-Service Center Food Bank.

Courtesy Shelley Pauls

The fifth annual Big Ol’ Turkey Round Up at Brooklake Church collected 323 frozen turkeys, which Multi-Service Center will distribute to those in need. 
Courtesy Shelley Pauls

The fifth annual Big Ol’ Turkey Round Up at Brooklake Church collected 323 frozen turkeys, which Multi-Service Center will distribute to those in need. Courtesy Shelley Pauls

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