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(Willow Springs) – Over 350 people were served a hearty Thanksgiving meal on Thursday during the second annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner in Willow Springs.

JT Tooley, who helped organize the event, says 365 people were served during the event, which was scheduled to start at Grimes Auditorium in Willow Springs at 11 AM. However, a number of people showed up before 11 AM, and were served.

Attendees were treated to turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, cranberries, and desert, as well as free food.

Tooley says that he would like to thank all of the people and organizations who helped make the event possible, which include:

Avery & Wendy Parker
Jeff and Laura Porter
Sam and Betty Carlson
John and Sandy Adams
Charles and Ruthanne DeKrey
Jim and Loretta Jones
Jim and Derene Kissee
Colleen Childs
Clinton Lumber Company
Vintage Floral
Town & Country
First Baptist Church
End of Me Ministries
Associated Wholesale Grocers
Howell County News
Smiley’s Place
Pizza Americana
Methodist Church
Crossway Fellowship Church
Church of Christ
Willow Care
Mountain View Healthcare
Blue Buck Mountain Ministries
G&W Foods store and Corporation
West Side Family Life Center
Bethel Community Church
St. Paul Lutheran Church
First General Baptist Church
Pine Grove House of Prayer
First Christian Church
Church of God
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Lighthouse Assembly of God
Mountain View and Mountain Grove Walmart
City of Willow Springs
Westwood Group
Betty Grogan
Presbyterian Church
Willow Springs Schools

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