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Thanksgiving at Abingdon

Abingdon Episcopal Church, White Marsh, held its annual free community Thanksgiving meal last Thursday, welcoming guests and treating them to a traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Boy Scouts Aiden Hadorn, left, and Eli Storrs, right, were in charge of the drinks, while Wayne Reynolds, Don Amarescu, Doug Dalager and Joan Myles, center from left, dished out the turkey and sides. For over 25 years Abingdon Episcopal Church has hosted a Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving Day. This year, Abingdon was host to 63 guests on site and served 104 meals both on site and to-go. They also delivered 25 meals to Forest View (formerly known as Cary House). Those meals plus the 73 meals that were delivered by Meals on Wheels came to a total of 201 meals served, according to Pamela Reynolds, who helped coordinate the event. Food was provided by 38 Abingdon members, she said, and 21 volunteers gave of their time on Wednesday and Thursday to make the event a success. “We are grate...

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