Trotting turkey to tables

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Scott Bregar of Fruita volunteers at the Salvation Army’s free Thanksgiving dinner.


Volunteer Scott Bregar of Fruita carries plates of food to hungry guests during the Salvation Army’s annual free Community Thanksgiving Dinner this morning at the Elks Lodge, 249 S. Fourth St.

This was the eighth year Bregar has volunteered to work at the dinner.

GJ woman pulls strings to get into Macy’s parade

Most of the folks pulling, tugging and guiding the massive balloon characters flying high above New York City during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade are employees of the department store. But one non-Macy’s handler in the crowd this year is a Grand Junction woman who’s realizing a longtime dream. Weather permitting, of course.



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