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PHOTOS: Thanksgiving feed at Mitchell Wesleyan Church

Colleen Jacobs, left, and Lois Bosworth both of Mitchell scoop the last amount of stuffing from the pan to finish feeding people at the free Thanksgiving dinner at the Mitchell Wesleyan Church in Mitchell Thursday. Bosworth and her daughter Deb Bettin of Odebolt, Iowa ran the event which feed roughly 530 people. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)1 / 7
The fellowship hall of the Mitchell Wesleyan Church is filled with guest for the free Thanksgiving dinner Thursday. The dinner was organized by the First Reformed Lutheran Church, Northridge Baptist Church, and Mitchell Wesleyan Church. Over 100 members of the congregations volunteered to feed roughly 530 people with most of the food donated by parishioners and local business. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)2 / 7
Kevin Yeo, of Mitchell, holds a tray of pies as they are placed on the tables during the Thanksgiving dinner at the Mitchell Wesleyan Church Thursday. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)3 / 7
Macie Olson, 3 of Sioux Falls, helps Lois Bosworth of Mitchell dry cookware after it has been washed during the free Thanksgiving dinner at the Mitchell Wesleyan Church Thursday. Bosworth, who was in charge of all the volunteers, estimates they prepared over 300 lbs. of turkey; 24 gallons of corn; 200 lbs. of dressing; 600 servings of potatoes and 70 bags of cranberries. (Sean Ryan/Republic)4 / 7
Allan Catellier, left, and Todd Thill, both of Mitchell, pour mashed potatoes into a serving tray before the start of the Thanksgiving dinner at the Mitchell Wesleyan Church. Catellier, who moved to Mitchell two months ago said he was all alone and coming to help should be good. “This is what feeds me, helping people,” said Catellier. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)5 / 7
Volunteers from the three different churches sponsoring the free Thanksgiving dinner slice pie and box it up to deliver to people who couldn’t make it to Mitchell Wesleyan Church to eat. Volunteers delivered 95 meals to people around the community. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)6 / 7
Scott Houwman, of Mitchell, helps pour gravy into a roaster to keep it warm before the start of the free Thanksgiving dinner at the Mitchell Wesleyan Church Thursday. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)7 / 7
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