Mercilie Toney brings in a turkey to be served at the Shalom Center Sunday. A celebration meal for the homeless and community was held at the center’s soup kitchen. It also marked the 10th anniversary of the weekend of giving back organized by Carey Norris, of Kenosha. Kenosha’s annual community Thanksgiving dinner will be served starting at noon Thursday at First United Methodist Church, 919 60th St.

Shalom Center and the Sharing Center have announced changes in daily and weekly operations due to precautions regarding the COVID-19 virus.

The Shalom Center Soup Kitchen will not be serving on-site, but is offering a Meal to Go from 5 to 6 p.m. daily at 4314 39th Ave. Volunteers should not report to this site.

The Shalom Center soup kitchen network has suspended meals at all off-site locations: Immanuel United Methodist Church, Christ the King Church, Grace Lutheran Church, Bethlehem Temple and the Blessing Center.

Volunteers should not report to these sites until further notice. Volunteers should not report to these sites.

The Shalom Center Food Pantry will not be open inside 4314 39th Ave. Instead, custom food boxes will be prepared and distributed using a curbside pickup model.

Pickup session times are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.; 10 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 2:30 p.m.

The onsite food pantry at the Sharing Center, 25700 Wilmot Road, Trevor, will also shift to providing custom food boxes with curbside pickup.

In addition, the Sharing Center will limit the number of families and volunteers in the center at any given time and will add additional screening around incoming donations.

A group hauls garbage from the Pike River near Highway E during the Pike River Cleanup event on Saturday. See more with this story at kenoshanews.com.

From left, Morgan Mayer, 17, Johan Meyer, 13, and Zach Kozmer, 18, look for garbage during the Pike River Cleanup event on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019. The Root Pike Watershed Initiative Network is working to ensure that the Foxconn development does not have a negative impact on the Pike River.

Jonah Meyer, 13, left, carries a piece from a vacuum cleaner he found during the Pike River Cleanup event on Saturday. Working with him is Zach Kozmer.

A group combs the Pike River using canoes to collect garbage during the Pike River Cleanup on Sept. 21, 2019.

Dave Mayer, left, and Dan Meyer haul garbage with a canoe during the Pike River Cleanup event on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019.

Nick Petts, left, watches as Doug Meyer, center, puts a discarded tire on a canoe during the Pike River Cleanup Saturday.

Kyle Tobias stacks discarded wood on a canoe during the Pike River Cleanup event on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019.

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Mercilie Toney brings in a turkey to be served at the Shalom Center Sunday. A celebration meal for the homeless and community was held at the center’s soup kitchen. It also marked the 10th anniversary of the weekend of giving back organized by Carey Norris, of Kenosha. Kenosha’s annual community Thanksgiving dinner will be served starting at noon Thursday at First United Methodist Church, 919 60th St.

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