First Family Helps Out at Food Pantry

The Obamas dropped by Martha's Table again to pass out turkey and other Thanksgiving favorites.

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President Barack Obama and his family delivered turkeys -- not the two he pardoned earlier in the day -- and bags of food to needy families at a northwest D.C. food pantry Wednesday afternoon.
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Martha's Table is a 30-year-old non-profit that helps poor children, youth and families with food and clothing.
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The first family also worked at the pantry during last year's holiday.
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The president, his daughters, Malia and Sasha (pictured here), first lady Michelle Obama and her mother, Marian Robinson, volunteered alongside friends and family.
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Obama greeted patrons and their children with holiday wishes and high-fives, winking at toddlers as he packed bags with supplies.
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Michelle Obama, with Malia standing next to her, packs and gives away bags of food.
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Obama hands food out to area residents with the help of his mother-in-law.
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