There are several things that bring people together, but two of them stand out above the rest: music and food.  We’ve got the music covered, and Binghamton High School has the food covered.

For the 19th year, Binghamton High School will serve a community Thanksgiving dinner at the school on Thanksgiving day, November 28th from 11:30am-2pm.
First Student is offering shuttle bus service, but meals must be eaten at the school. There will be no home delivery or take home meal options.
The shuttle schedule is as follows:
Shuttle 1

Franklin Elementary School, Conklin Avenue- 11am start
North Shore Towers, Isbell Street-11:15am start

 Shuttle 2

Greater Binghamton Transportation Center, Chenango St.-11 a.m. start
First Ward Senior Center, Clinton Street-11:15 a.m. start

Both shuttles will run continuously until 1:30 p.m. After 1:30 p.m. shuttles will do returns only. Drivers will call for the wheelchair van as needed for all locations.

The dinner is funded through community donations and fundraising by the students of the Binghamton High School National Honor Society. Each year, Binghamton High School students, staff and volunteers prepare and serve a full-course Thanksgiving dinner to thousands of local residents.

“Thanksgiving in Binghamton is an event everyone looks forward to. It is a time to come together as a family and as a community in support of each other.” says Binghamton City School Superintendent Dr. Marion H. Martinez.

“Bringing the community together with our students and staff made for a great holiday meal. By serving dinner in our facility we are able to provide a safe and delicious meal to all who join us. I look forward to our upcoming dinner.” said Patrick Walsh, Binghamton High School food service supervisor.