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Pagan Community Ministries is offering a free Thanksgiving dinner to those without funds or for those who just want to be around good company and are too far from home, or have no where to go.  The dinner is not a religious function and anyone is welcome to attend without discrimination of any sort.



Anyone wishing to drop off food or monetary donations may do so before 6 p.m Wednesday at Matrix: A Place of Change (1050 Bardstown Rd) or from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on Thursday. Dinner will be open to the public from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m at the same location.



This is the third annual free Thanksgiving dinner hosted by Pagan Community Ministries. The dinner fed about 50 people in the community last year. Pagan COmmunity Ministries also has a small food and clothing pantry available for those in need throughout the year. Any questions can be directed to Lady G at 502-589-8300.

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