BALTIMORE - As we get closed to Thanksgiving we give thanks to our city saint, the late Bea Gaddy.
Now it's up to her daughter Cynthia to make sure Baltimore is fed.
They rolled into east Baltimore with a police escort Saturday, 100 Corvettes, all for a good cause.
To recognize that there is a need.
People do need help, with Thanksgiving fast approaching a lot of people are wondering, more than ever, where their next meal will come from.
Saturday, that help came from owners and club members who brought turkeys and canned goods with them to help those in need.
"We can do it, it is just like helping an elderly person, you can help them any time. There is such a shortage of food we need help, I love these gatherings, there needs to be more," says club member Edith Cheeve
She's right there is a need for a lot more. A lot more giving and positive images that the kids were able to see, and a lot more smiles that people share between each other and the thought that tomorrow will be a better day.
This year Cynthia knows she has enough to put the 30th anniversary Thanksgiving dinner on the table.
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