Fort Gordon dining facilities host Thanksgiving meal

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By Sgt. 1st Class Kelly Jo Bridgwater
Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office

Dining facilities across the installation pulled out all the stops Nov. 28 in celebration of Thanksgiving by creating a bounty of food and cheer enjoyed by approximately 2,000 Soldiers, retirees and their families.

“Preparation for the meal began three weeks in advance,” said Alina Miller, manager of Dining Facility 4.

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