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Cecilia Stevenson, of Dallas, left, and her father, Will Stevenson of Port Angeles, say a blessing before enjoying a Thanksgiving meal in the fellowship hall of Queen of Angeles Catholic Church in Port Angeles. The church offered a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for the community, with several hundred diners taking advantage of the in-house meal with numerous other dinners sent out for in-home dining.

Thankful diners eat at Queen of Angels

Cecilia Stevenson, of Dallas, left, and her father, Will Stevenson of Port Angeles, say a blessing before enjoying a Thanksgiving meal in the fellowship hall of Queen of Angels Catholic Church in Port Angeles. The church offered a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for the community, with several hundred diners taking advantage of the in-house meal. Numerous other dinners were sent out for in-home dining.

Cecilia Stevenson, of Dallas, left, and her father, Will Stevenson of Port Angeles, say a blessing before enjoying a Thanksgiving meal in the fellowship hall of Queen of Angels Catholic Church in Port Angeles. The church offered a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for the community, with several hundred diners taking advantage of the in-house meal with numerous other dinners sent out for in-home dining. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Cecilia Stevenson, of Dallas, left, and her father, Will Stevenson of Port Angeles, say a blessing before enjoying a Thanksgiving meal in the fellowship hall of Queen of Angels Catholic Church in Port Angeles. The church offered a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for the community, with several hundred diners taking advantage of the in-house meal with numerous other dinners sent out for in-home dining. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS
Cecilia Stevenson, of Dallas, left, and her father, Will Stevenson of Port Angeles, say a blessing before enjoying a Thanksgiving meal in the fellowship hall of Queen of Angeles Catholic Church in Port Angeles. The church offered a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for the community, with several hundred diners taking advantage of the in-house meal with numerous other dinners sent out for in-home dining.

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