- Dozens of needy families find their kitchens filled with a Thanksgiving dinner this year. It's all thanks to a Rhinelander businessman.
Rouman Cinema owner George Rouman and his employees delivered Thanksgiving meals Monday night. The group of mainly high school students personally went out to 55 Oneida County families.
Social Services chose those families as being in need.
Rouman hopes his employees get a valuable lesson from the act of giving; one that poverty can happen anywhere.
"For being in a small area, it's important I think for a lot of young people to understand that," Rouman said. "And so by giving an opportunity for them to personally deliver the meal they get to interact with the recipients, and that's an experience they literally will remember for the rest of their lives."
Rouman first started the program in 1995.
Since then, he and his employees have delivered 4700 meals in the community.
Story By: Lane Kimble