Beaufort News

November 28, 2013 5:10 PM

Good food, good memories at Thanksgiving dinner in Beaufort

More than 100 volunteers served food to hungry attendees, cleaned tables and talked to guests Thursday at the church's Parish Hall on Newcastle Street. Church nursery director Roz Dixon, who coordinates the food preparation and volunteers for the event, said about 800 people were fed at the dinner and about 125 more given take-home meals.

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