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Photo gallery: Volunteers prepare annual LINK Thanksgiving meals

Volunteers hustled Wednesday to prepare hundreds of meals for the annual LINK (Lawrence Interdenominational Nutrition Kitchen) Thanksgiving tradition.

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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.

Tricia Masenthin / The Lawrence Times Amy Carlson stirs gravy for the annual LINK Thanksgiving meal.
Tricia Masenthin / The Lawrence Times Wilson Marsh, Eloise Marsh and Baden Masenthin portion cranberry sauce for the annual LINK Thanksgiving meal.
Tricia Masenthin / The Lawrence Times Chase Blaser stacks hundreds of pieces of pie prepared by volunteers for the annual LINK Thanksgiving meal.
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Tricia Masenthin / The Lawrence Times Longtime volunteer Jim King mixes coleslaw for the annual LINK Thanksgiving meal, Nov. 24, 2021.
Tricia Masenthin / The Lawrence Times Maya Friedman and her grandmother, Alice King, package cranberry sauce for the annual LINK Thanksgiving meal.
Tricia Masenthin / The Lawrence Times Debi Rainbolt, Ben Newell and Kari Rainbolt slice and package pie for the annual LINK Thanksgiving meal.
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Tricia Masenthin / The Lawrence Times Doni Mooberry-Slough and son Hayden Slough deliver pies for the annual LINK Thanksgiving meal. Krista Barbour’s advising group at Bishop Seabury Academy baked the treats.
Deb Engstrom, coordinator for the annual LINK Thanksgiving meal for the last 20 years, sorts the delivery cards for the 332 stops volunteers will make to deliver food on Thanksgiving Day. This year, 670 meals will be delivered. (Note: This image was edited to protect the privacy of a meal recipient.)

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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