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AAA Utah delivered 130 turkeys to non-profit organizations

Published: Thursday, Nov. 10 2011 8:19 p.m. MST

Employees of AAA Utah, including Jody Oliverson,right, Aubrey Ridenour, Chris Hoglund and Eddie Nunez, unload turkeys at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church kitchen in Salt Lake City on Thursday, November 10, 2011. AAA Utah delivered 130 turkeys to non-profit organizations in Salt Lake City. The turkeys will be prepared into meals to serve Utah's hungry and shut-ins, allowing the needy to participate in and enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.

Laura Seitz, Deseret News

AAA Utah will delivered 130 turkeys to non-profit organizations in Salt Lake City. The turkeys will be prepared into meals to serve Utah's hungry and shut-ins, allowing the needy to participate in and enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.

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