Thanksgiving is in one week, and many Mahoning Valley businesses and organizations are creating ways for residents to more safely navigate the Thanksgiving holiday with bake-at-home meals, carryout orders, free dinners and other alternatives.
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Jeffrey Chrystal Catering
2315 Belmont Ave., Youngstown
Details: Dinners are available for pickup on Thanksgiving Day, with options including individual, small and large meals. Orders must be called in by Nov. 23. Individual dinners are $24.50. Group dinners are $285 (feeds six to eight) and $350 (feeds 12 to 14). Click here for the menu.
4180 Westford Place, Canfield
Details: Call for reservations or to place a carryout order for Nov. 26. Pickup times for carryout meals are 11 a.m. to noon and 3 to 4 p.m.; $25 per person. Click here for the menu.
7042 E. Market St., Warren
Details: Meals are prepared by Leo’s and can be baked at home. Order by Nov. 23 and pick up from 3 to 9 p.m. Nov. 25; $180 (feeds six to eight). Click here for the menu.
The Way Station
769 Springfield Road, Columbiana
Details: As an alternative to its traditional Thanksgiving dinner, The Way Station is accepting donations to provide Take & Bake Thanksgiving boxes to anyone who is in need, free of cost with no restrictions due to income or location. Boxes will consist of canned, boxed and frozen items. The boxes will be distributed from 9 a.m. to noon Nov. 23 at The Upper Room Fellowship, 500 Sponseller Road, Columbiana. For more information and to donate, click here.