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Giving thanks

In addition to countless homes in the two counties, Gloucester and Mathews residents gathered at churches and businesses that offered Thanksgiving dinners. Above, Hugh Bryan ladles some gravy for one of the younger visitors at last Thursday’s Thanksgiving meal at Abingdon Episcopal Church. Others working the service line at the White Marsh church were Bryan’s wife, Liz (behind Hugh), his brother Andy Bryan, Erin Vranicar (Andy Bryan’s fiancée), Debbie Martin and Joan Myles, from left. In photo at right, Robin Dehoux visits with Daniel Hudgins, Roderick Blacken, Mary A. Hudgins and Muriel Blacken, from left, during last Thursday’s Community Thanksgiving Dinner at Kingston Episcopal Parish in Mathews. Dehoux was volunteering at the annual dinner, which celebrated its 19th year and is sponsored by a number of Mathews County churches. Two Gloucester businesses, Bubba’s Shrimp Shack and Courthouse Restaurant, also opened their doors to offer free Thanksg...

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