Are you short on time and need a quick and easy way to cook your Thanksgiving turkey? If you live in East Alabama, you are in luck. For 2017, once again the Calhoun County Sheriff will have a bunch of fryers frying up turkeys on the day before Thanksgiving. The Calhoun County Deputy Sheriff’s Association Annual Turkey Fry will be frying up to 125 turkeys throughout the day.
The turkeys must way less than 17 pounds and be completely thawed and in original packaging. Turkeys can be delivered starting at 8 am and the cutoff is 10 am or when they reach 125 turkeys, so get there early! A $15 donation to the Alabama Baptist Children’s Home and Family Ministries will be requested, and all funds raised will go towards making sure children in foster care can have a Merry Christmas! Plus, turkeys will be fried up to give to foster families across the county!
The doors will open at 8 am on Wednesday at the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office at 400 West 8th Street in Anniston. Get their early, because when 125 turkeys are reached, no more turkeys will be accepted.
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