FALMOUTH — Unable to host the hundreds of guests it usually serves due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Falmouth Congregational Church has taken its Community Supper virtual and will also be distributing meals to home-bound residents.
Now in its 13th year, the dinner has become a town staple, organizer Peggy McGehee said, but while the decision to go virtual for the event was tough, it is worthwhile.
“During this pandemic, we have found that people are feeling isolated and worried,” McGehee said. “We decided we would try and do something.”
The annual Community Supper, usually held at the end of October, brings 750 or more guests to the Congregational Church for a free turkey dinner with all the fixings as a fundraising event for