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Published: 11/13/2013 - Updated: 5 months ago


5,500 Thanksgiving meals provided by Charter One program

Charter One's 'Carving Out Hunger' program purchased some 786 turkeys with the $10,000 they raised for the Toledo Northwestern Ohio Food Bank; and more than 5,500 meals were packed for area families during the Toledo Northwestern Ohio Food Bank'€™s holiday food drive on Wednesday, November 13, 2013. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW

Laura Oros, left, and Amanda Gordy, right. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Laura Oros, left, and Amanda Gordy, right.
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Some of the 786 turkeys that  Charter One's Carving Out Hunger program provided with the $10,000 they raised for the Toledo Northwestern Ohio Food Bank. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Some of the 786 turkeys that Charter One's Carving Out Hunger program provided with the $10,000 they raised for ...
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Julie Gio Spencer, left, Lisa Mains, center, and Amanda Gordy, right unload and shelve food. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Julie Gio Spencer, left, Lisa Mains, center, and Amanda Gordy, right unload and shelve food.
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Amanda Gordy, left, and Laura Oros, right, unload and shelf food. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Amanda Gordy, left, and Laura Oros, right, unload and shelf food.
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Mellisa Underwood, left, and Lisa Mains, right, share a laugh. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Mellisa Underwood, left, and Lisa Mains, right, share a laugh.
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Kim Lilienthal unloads and shelves food at the Toledo Northwestern Ohio Food Bank. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kim Lilienthal unloads and shelves food at the Toledo Northwestern Ohio Food Bank.
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Kim Lilienthal unloads and shelves food. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kim Lilienthal unloads and shelves food.
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Adam Mallett, left, and Brian Brinkman, right, unload and shelve food. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Adam Mallett, left, and Brian Brinkman, right, unload and shelve food.
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