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R C9 Thanksgiving 1

Some of the volunteers take a break from their duties to pose for a photo.
Julie Stanwood and Catherine Rhodes of  Friends of Families in Transition, hold young guests at the dinner.
Volunteers serve pies for dessert.
Some of the young guests enjoy playing the Wii.
These kids are making jewelry with Magic Loom bands.
Friends of Families In Transition Director Julie Stanwood poses for  a photo with 15-month-old Kaiden, whose family celebrated a Thanksgiving dinner at the Doubletree Hotel in Westborough, thanks to efforts by Stanwood's group, local businesses, and the Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce.

Photo/John Swinconeck
R C9 Thanksgiving 1

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