Best feast forward: Volunteers serve up Thanksgiving meal at annual Meet and Eat event

  • More than 250 people received a Thanksgiving feast Wednesday at the Kona Task Force on Feeding the Hungry's annual Meet and Eat Thanksgiving Dinner. (Elizabeth Pitts/West Hawaii Today)
  • Volunteers give out stuffing and mashed potatoes for the Kona Task Force on Feeding the Hungry's annual Meet and Eat Thanksgiving Dinner at Kealakehe Intermediate School. The free meal catered to more than 250 people Wednesday evening. (Elizabeth Pitts/West Hawaii Today)
  • Volunteers serve dessert for the Kona Task Force on Feeding the Hungry’s annual Meet and Eat Thanksgiving Dinner at Kealakehe Intermediate School. The free meal catered to more than 250 people Wednesday evening. (Elizabeth Pitts/West Hawaii Today)

  • Volunteers give out corn for the Kona Task Force on Feeding the Hungry's annual Meet and Eat Thanksgiving Dinner at Kealakehe Intermediate School. The free meal catered to more than 250 people Wednesday evening. (Elizabeth Pitts/West Hawaii Today)

KAILUA-KONA — Feeding the community a Thanksgiving feast isn’t always an easy task, but every year, the Kona Task Force on Feeding the Hungry steps up to the plate.