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Carnegie, PA: church serves Thanksgiving meal for locals
« on: November 25, 2011, 08:24:59 PM »
A traditional Thanksgiving meal was served for visitors to St. Peter and St. Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church, in Carnegie, Pennsylvania. The church has held this annual dinner for 20 years.

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Thursday afternoon, volunteers were ready to dish out 250 pounds of turkey, 70 pounds of potatoes and 30 pounds each of sweet potatoes and ham to more than 100 people.

"It's always a great time and it's always fulfilling," said Christina Wachnowsky, 21, of Oakdale.
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