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Ginter Thanksgiving Dinner

It’s been a long standing tradition in Dubuque, and for the 58th consecutive year, the Ginter family will provide free Thanksgiving meals for people throughout the Tri-States. The tradition was started by Donna Ginter. When she passed away in 2013, her daughter Genny and her family took over. Genny says they’ll also be delivering meals to the shut-ins and elderly, but they do need more drivers to make deliveries more efficient. If you would like to volunteer as a delivery driver, you need to be at the Joliet Event Center, formerly the old K.C. Hall on Locust Street at 8 o’clock Thanksgiving morning. Deliveries should be done by 1 pm. The sit-down dinner starts at noon at the center. Genny says with the sit-down dinner and deliveries they expect to serve between 2,300 and 2,400 people on Thanksgiving Day.

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