Volunteers hustled Wednesday to prepare hundreds of meals for the annual LINK (Lawrence Interdenominational Nutrition Kitchen) Thanksgiving tradition.
This year, volunteers will make 332 stops to deliver 670 total meals.
Dinner will be available from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Thursday at LINK, 221 W. 10th St., which is at 10th and Kentucky streets.
Note: Lawrence Times reporter Tricia Masenthin volunteers for the LINK dinner each year with her family. This year, she snapped some photos for the Times while she was there.
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Volunteers hustled Wednesday to prepare hundreds of meals for the annual LINK Thanksgiving tradition.