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PHOTO GALLERY: Volunteers help with Everybody Eats! dinner

Thursday, November 24, 2011 | 4:43 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — Volunteers help to prepare and serve the annual Everybody Eats! dinner organized by former City Council member Almeta Crayton. This year the Thanksgiving meal was served at Stamper Commons at Stephens College.

Karen Morgan packs collard greens Wednesday for the annual Thanksgiving dinner organized by former City Council member Almeta Crayton.
Volunteers are ready to serve food at former City Council member Almeta Crayton's annual Thanksgiving dinner at Stamper Commons of Stephens College. Crayton has been organizing this community dinner for 14 years.
Attendees eat Thanksgiving dinner at the annual event organized by former City Council member Almeta Crayton. This year's event was held on Thursday at Stamper Commons at Stephens College.
Former City Council member Almeta Crayton, left, talks to volunteers Curtis Boogieman Soul and Robin Tapp after her annual Thanksgiving dinner. Crayton said, "Nobody was doing Thanksgiving. Everybody was doing Christmas. So we just started doing it. "
Volunteers Shaniece Brown, her mother Tina Johnson and her sister Tia Johnson help pack up the leftover desserts after the annual Thanksgiving dinner at the home of former City Council Almeta Crayton.

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