BALTIMORE — On Tuesday, volunteers began preparations for Bea Gaddy's 38th annual dinner event as they kept the tradition of giving alive.
The tradition began with Bea Gaddy, she was known for always giving back and helping the homeless in Baltimore. Every year, volunteers help carry on her legacy by helping thousands of people Thanksgiving Day.
"if you have an opportunity to serve you really ought to do it and what you need to know is that everybody hear between 13 to 71 is out here doing what we can to serve in the spirit of Bea Gaddy," said Clarrissa Taylor Jackson, National Panhellenic Council.
The dinner will be held in the recreation center in Patterson Park and is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.