Needy D.C. Residents Get Early Thanksgiving Meal

The event also featured a job fair and a free clothing distribution for those in need

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    Thousands of needy D.C. residents ate a Thanksgiving feast at the 13th Annual Safeway Feast of Sharing. News4's Tom Sherwood reports.

    Thousands of District of Columbia residents enjoyed a free Thanksgiving feast at the Washington Convention Center Wednesday.

    The 13th annual Safeway Feast of Sharing included a traditional turkey meal and trimmings served by hundreds of volunteers on Wednesday.

    The event also featured a job fair and a free clothing distribution for those in need. Organizers also offered free health screenings, flu vaccines and diabetes testing.

    The doors opened at 10 a.m., and dinner was served from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

    Liz Crenshaw Serves Needy D.C. Residents

    [DC] Liz Crenshaw Serves Needy D.C. Residents
    News4 Consumer Reporter Liz Crenshaw volunteered to serve Thanksgiving dinner to thousands of needy D.C. residents at the 13th annual Safeway Feast of Sharing at the Convention Center Wednesday.

    Organizers were expecting about the same demand for the meal as last year. That's at least 1,000 more attendees than in 2009, when about 4,000 took advantage.