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Area soup kitchens welcome hundreds for Thanksgiving feasts

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So many local residents showed up to volunteer at the D.C. Central Kitchen on Thanksgiving morning that the nonprofit had to appoint a self-titled "volunteer bouncer" to help redirect their goodwill to other local soup kitchens. Those who arrived before the cutoff -- some as early as 6 a.m. -- were put into an assembly line and tasked with one of nearly a dozen roles required to get an...

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