CNS’ 5th Annual Turkey Giveaway
CNS, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Pontiac Mayor Deidre Waterman and OIHN demonstrate the spirit of the season by giving away 500 turkeys to Pontiac families, in need.
It is that time of the year, again – the season of giving. In recognition of its 5th Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway, Community Network Services (CNS), the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, the city of Pontiac Mayor Deidre Waterman and Oakland Integrated Healthcare Network (OIHN) will proudly give 500 complimentary turkeys to residents of the city of Pontiac. For the last four years, CNS and its partners gave 400 turkeys to CNS’ pre-registered clients. Afterwards, all unclaimed turkeys were
given to the citizens of Pontiac on a first come, first served basis. This year all 500 turkeys will be given to the residents of Pontiac on a first come, first served basis!
WHO: CNS CEO Michael K. Garrett, leadership, volunteers, and board members, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, the city of Pontiac Mayor Deidre Waterman, and OIHN.
WHAT: CNS hosts its 5th Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway for families, in need.
500 residents from the city of Pontiac will receive turkeys on a first come, first served basis – while supplies last; ID required, adults only, one turkey per household.
WHEN: Saturday, November 18, 2017
Starting at 11:00 a.m., and until turkeys run out
WHERE: Pontiac City Hall
47450 Woodward Avenue
Pontiac, MI 48342
WHY: Over the last four years, more than 1,600 families have received Thanksgiving turkeys, courtesy of CNS, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office and Mayor Deidre Waterman. This annual event is just another example of the social support services CNS provides to the communities it serves.