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One80 Place hosts sixth annual turkey and a $20 drive Tues. Nov. 20

Help your neighbors take part in a feast of their own this year with One80 Place’s annual Turkey & A $20 drive. From 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tues. Nov. 20 drive through One80 (35 Walnut Street) and drop off turkeys plus donations. The more you give, the more the nonprofit will get: this year, donors have committed to giving $20,000 if One80 Place can raise $30,000. Help them reach their goal of raising $50,000 and collecting 500 turkeys.

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