Edmonds family continues Thanksgiving tradition of service at Matt Talbot Center

Members of the Fred Chomos Family take a break from serving pies. From left: Mellissa, Brent, Annette, Claudette, Marc and Cynthia.

For the 27th year, the Chomos family of Edmonds has been involved with the Thanksgiving dinner served the Saturday before Thanksgiving at the Matt Talbot Center in downtown Seattle.  This year, six members of the family of the late Fred Chomos — who led the event for many years — were there to continue the family tradition.

They helped serve a delicious dinner to 500 people, complete with all the fixings and hundreds of delicious pies. The food was provided by parishioners of Holy Rosary Church in Edmonds, and members of the Knights of Columbus ferried the food to the downtown location.

The Matt Talbot Center serves the homeless, addicted and mentally ill.

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