Zion Chapel Missionary Baptist Church brought local families and friends together as they hosted a thanksgiving dinner Saturday, Nov. 23, putting their own spin on the national holiday. The doors of Zion Church swung open with volunteer church members awaiting guests with dressing, turkey, green beans and other holiday sides. After sign-in, guests made their way to the thanksgiving-clad buffet as volunteers filled plates with food for guests on the go. Guests also had the opportunity to take home multiple plates of food to go for family and friends who couldn’t make it. Mayor Brandt Rydell helped out the church’s efforts, along with Taylor Fire Department Engineer Richard Thompson, Firefighter Brian Cozzens and Lieutenant Wes Russell.

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