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    Free Thanksgiving Dinner in Louisville
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    Pagan Community Ministries will be offering their fifth annual free Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow for anyone who is looking for somewhere to go.

    The dinner last year included a full spread of turkey, vegetables, hams, pies, breads, and side dishes amidst a great community vibe. There was quite an abundance even after serving fifty people, including full families. They hope to serve even more this year in their comfortable environment.

    Lady G is the founder of Pagan Community Ministries and says that anyone is welcome. There are no questions asked and both individuals / families are welcome to come and go as they please from 1 to 5 p.m. at Matrix: A  Place of Change ( 650 S. Shelby Street between Gray and Broadway).

    Lady G is very grateful for everyone who donated gift cards, groceries, dishes and said that DISH on Market has graciously donated the catering equipment and hot-pans so they can keep everything hot. Any questions can be directed to her at matrixandchange at or 502-589-8300.

    Photo: Matrix: A Place of Change has a beautiful reading area and shop that offers items for spiritual practice. They have a large meeting area in the building where the dinner will take place.

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