Volunteers provide Thanksgiving meal for hundreds
BATON ROUGE - For the 32nd year, workers and volunteers spent the Thanksgiving holiday serving up a hot turkey dinner with "all the fixins" for hundreds of people at St. Vincent de Paul in Baton Rouge.
Bishop Robert Munch led the volunteers in prayer and service before they threw themselves into the task of preparing the feast, working well into the afternoon to ensure the community had a fine holiday meal.
More than 150 volunteers turned out to prepare the Thanksgiving lunch this year.
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