Thanksgiving in Haiti

Agape Flights pilots Greg Haman, second from left, and Paul Feit, right, pose with airport and customs officials in Jeremie, Haiti, after delivering Thanksgiving meal kits to missionaries and airport helpers in the area.

VENICE — With Thanksgiving less than a couple of weeks away, family cooks are probably already amassing the ingredients for the traditional turkey dinner — and shaking their heads over the cost.

Due to inflation and some supply shortages, the price of most items will be up this year, some by a little, some by a lot.


Loading turkeys

Agape Flights staff and volunteers load turkeys and trimmings into the organization۷ֱ Embraer 110 at the Venice Municipal Airport.

Volunteers Load Turkeys

A float of frozen turkeys heads to the next Agape flight to Haiti. The birds are the last food item to be loaded.

Greg Haman inspects package

Agape Flights Director of Flight Operations and Chief Pilot Greg Haman inspects a Thanksgiving meal box as he unloads the organization۷ֱ Cessna F406 in Jeremie, Haiti.

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