LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI)— Pride Lafayette held its 10th annual Thanksgiving community dinner on Thursday.
The dinner started at five and went until eight. People could enjoy their typical thanksgiving fix ins like turkey, baked beans and mashed potatoes. There were also board games and movies to watch.
President for Pride Lafayette, Ashlee Smith, said this is great to make sure everyone feels included during the holidays.
"Not everyone has a place to go," said Smith. "We need to make sure that there's a place for everyone to feel welcome. Regardless of your sexual orientation, your religion, who you are where you're from. It doesn't matter we just want everyone to feel like that they have a place that they can call there's."
Pride Lafayette will also host a Christmas party in December.
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