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Community Thanksgiving Dinner - Nov. 18

Thanksgiving is a time for sharing!  Snappy Mart, Food Basket, Silver City Beverage Company and Wrangler’s Bar and Grill staff would like to invite the community this holiday season to come out and enjoy a warm Thanksgiving Dinner with a group of friends that truly believe this is a time for sharing.

Please join us at the Knights of Columbus Hall, located at 1301 N. Swan Street, Sunday, November 18, 2012, from Noon To 4:00 pm.  Santa Claus will be giving toys to good little girls and boys!  Live music!  The delightful Jericho Singers will be on hand!

Anyone wishing to get To Go Boxes for those who cannot attend, we request that you please wait until 3pm.

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