Hundreds Gather to Help Pack 5,000 Thanksgiving Meals

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Updated: 11/12/2012 12:10 am
People in Lexington put together 5,000 food baskets for families in need this Thanksgiving.

More than 400 people gathered at God's Pantry food bank warehouse in Lexington Saturday to stuff boxes with food that will be delivered to families who are in need of a nutritious holiday meal.

Organizers say it was one of the largest assembly lines as families and strangers worked side by side.

You can find out how you can give to God's Pantry here.
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