Thanksgiving with Manna Ministries

Community members, joining hands, bowed their heads as Manna Minstries executive director Bill Rae, upper left, led a prayer of  before the start of Manna Ministries annual free Thanksgiving dinner at Columbia Street Baptist Church in Bangor Thursday morning. Over 100 volunteers and over 100 other area residents attended the event which included approximately 70 pumpkin pies and 30 turkeys-- thanks in large part to area donations. (Bangor Daily News/John Clarke Russ)
Community members, joining hands, bowed their heads as Manna Minstries executive director Bill Rae, upper left, led a prayer of before the start of Manna Ministries annual free Thanksgiving dinner at Columbia Street Baptist Church in Bangor Thursday morning. Over 100 volunteers and over 100 other area residents attended the event which included approximately 70 pumpkin pies and 30 turkeys-- thanks in large part to area donations. (Bangor Daily News/John Clarke Russ)
Posted Nov. 25, 2010, at 5 p.m.
Volunteer Tina Jackacky of Glenburn hugged Chris Bryden of Bangor as he and his two-year-old son Noah, left,  enjoyed their meal during Manna Ministries annual free Thanksgiving dinner at Columbia Street Baptist Church in Bangor Thursday morning. Walking by  with a slice of pumpkin pie was volunteer Morgan Lagasse upper left, 8,  of Bangor.  Over 100 volunteers and over 100 other area residents attended the event which included approximately 70 pumpkin pies and 30 turkeys-- thanks in large part to area donations. (Bangor Daily News/John Clarke Russ)
Volunteer Tina Jackacky of Glenburn hugged Chris Bryden of Bangor as he and his two-year-old son Noah, left, enjoyed their meal during Manna Ministries annual free Thanksgiving dinner at Columbia Street Baptist Church in Bangor Thursday morning. Walking by with a slice of pumpkin pie was volunteer Morgan Lagasse upper left, 8, of Bangor. Over 100 volunteers and over 100 other area residents attended the event which included approximately 70 pumpkin pies and 30 turkeys-- thanks in large part to area donations. (Bangor Daily News/John Clarke Russ)

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