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Senior Services Center of the Chathams Holds Thanksgiving Luncheon; Key Club Supplies the Pies

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Senior Services Center of the Chathams held its annual Thanksgiving luncheon on Wednesday Credits: TAP Chatham
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Pies were supplied by the Chatham High Key Club for the luncheon at the Senior Services Center of the Chathams Credits: TAP Chatham
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Pies were supplied by the Chatham High Key Club for the luncheon at the Senior Services Center of the Chathams Credits: TAP Chatham
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Pies were supplied by the Chatham High Key Club for the luncheon at the Senior Services Center of the Chathams Credits: TAP Chatham
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Chatham resident Deborah Feeney represented Lantern Hill, which funded the luncheon, at the Senior Services Center of the Chathams Thanksgiving luncheon on Wednesday Credits: TAP Chatham
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Seniors Services Center of the Chathams board of trustees, l to r: Marianne Slamm, Axlyn Sommer, and Jim Connelly Credits: TAP Chatham
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CHATHAM, NJ - More than 85 seniors sat down to a Thanksgiving luncheon offered at the Senior Services Center of the Chathams on Wednesday.

 The event was funded by Lantern Hill of New Providence. The Chatham High School Key Club supported the effort by providing 25 pies for the Thanksgiving dessert.

 

 

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