Thomasville History Center 30th Pilau Dinner Volunteer Opportunity
Thomasville History Center is celebrating 30 years of their annual Chicken Pilau Dinner! Prepared and served on the History Center grounds over open fire in cast
Thomasville History Center is celebrating 30 years of their annual Chicken Pilau Dinner! Prepared and served on the History Center grounds over open fire in cast iron kettles, proceeds from this traditional southern supper supports the programs and preservation of our community’s rich history.
Volunteers are needed to help prepare the food (on 11/7) and serve the pilau dinner (on 11/8). Two-hour shifts available. This is a great opportunity to work with other members of the History Center and community.
Youth volunteers are welcome. Please be prepared to be inside, outside, standing, lifting, and carrying. All volunteers will be required to wear a mask and gloves.
This year, volunteers will receive a special anniversary t-shirt as thanks!
Interested? Sign up here.
Don’t forget to tell them HOTC sent you!
***This is not a HOTC sponsored project. We are solely acting as referral service for our non-profits partners. COVID-19 information: Masks, gloves, and social distancing are highly encouraged. If you are immune-compromised and/or requested to self-quarantine, feeling unwell, have any symptoms of illness, or have been exposed to someone diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, please stay home and join us at a future opportunity. Please follow all current health guidelines by the CDC and local/state officials, and respect those of our non-profit partners and community agencies.
(Tuesday) 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Thomasville History Center
725 N. Dawson St.