Thanksgiving memories are meant to share

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By Lydelle Abbott

How accurate the story all of us learned in school about the Pilgrims and Native Americans is, I cannot be certain because I was not there and neither was anyone I know. But as far as I do know Thanksgiving is a holiday that began as a celebration of two cultures sharing their resources. Throughout the years the tradition of sharing a meal and giving thanks for all that we have received during years past has remained. What a wonderful lesson for us all to take part in each year. To stop and remember to be thankful for the food we eat and the air we breathe.

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