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Northlands Rescue Mission plans Thanksgiving meal

The Northlands Rescue Mission downtown Grand Forks is planning a big Thanksgiving Day meal and wants everyone who needs and wants to be part of it to truck in.

The Northlands Rescue Mission downtown Grand Forks is planning a big Thanksgiving Day meal and wants everyone who needs and wants to be part of it to truck in.

There will be 90 turkeys cooked and carved, enough for 450 people or more, said Michelle Hayes, kitchen manager.

It will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday in St. Paul's Episcopal Church at 319th S. Fifth St., across the street from the Mission.

But anyone needing a meal delivered can call the Mission by about 10:30 a.m. Thursday and get one, Director Dave Sena said. "We delivered 100 meals last Thanksgiving, and we could do twice as much," Sena said. "We have the volunteers."

Call the Mission at 772-6609.

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