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Agape Table just held its first major meal at its new location.

The Winnipeg non-profit that, among other things, serves subsidized breakfast for people in need held its annual Thanksgiving meal yesterday. Guests were served turkey, potatoes, mixed vegetables, pumpkin pie, coffee, and juice.

“It’s just been an amazing sight,” said general manager Dave Feniuk, taking a break from serving.

More than 500 plates were served.

Feniuk says there have been some bumps and bruises in moving to the new location, but like the guests they serve, Agape Table’s staff is resilient.

Feniuk says it’s a humbling experience to help feed people.

“It’s overwhelming at times. It really puts your day back into perspective each and every day that you walk through our doors.”

Feniuk says he’s been trying to encourage businesses to take part in team-building days at Agape.

He says 1,500 to 2,000 volunteer hours are put in every month. He says Agape can use donations of time, food, money, and clothing.