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    Thousands of people lined up in Oak Park Monday morning, Nov. 21, 2016, for a Thanksgiving dinner from Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services. Each family received one turkey, either fresh or frozen, in a reusable tote bag. Families also were given two bags of side dishes that included potatoes, stuffing, rice, beans, canned vegetables, soup, gravy, pasta, sauce and fruit. Turkey distribution has grown through the years. Still, the food bank has responded to the need, with thousands of turkeys being donated by individuals and companies.

Thousands of people lined up in Oak Park Monday morning, Nov. 21, 2016, for a Thanksgiving dinner from Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services. Each family received one turkey, either fresh or frozen, in a reusable tote bag. Families also were given two bags of side dishes that included potatoes, stuffing, rice, beans, canned vegetables, soup, gravy, pasta, sauce and fruit. Turkey distribution has grown through the years. Still, the food bank has responded to the need, with thousands of turkeys being donated by individuals and companies. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
Thousands of people lined up in Oak Park Monday morning, Nov. 21, 2016, for a Thanksgiving dinner from Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services. Each family received one turkey, either fresh or frozen, in a reusable tote bag. Families also were given two bags of side dishes that included potatoes, stuffing, rice, beans, canned vegetables, soup, gravy, pasta, sauce and fruit. Turkey distribution has grown through the years. Still, the food bank has responded to the need, with thousands of turkeys being donated by individuals and companies. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

Thousands of free turkeys put in hands of needy in a Sacramento Food Bank tradition

November 21, 2016 07:49 AM

UPDATED November 21, 2016 04:55 PM

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