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Volunteers provide thousands of meals to Chicagoans in need on Thanksgiving

3 days ago   |   By WGN TV

CHICAGO - In an effort to ignite some cheer, volunteers all over Chicago gave back on Thanksgiving to those who need it the most.
Near Madison and Pulaski, Tamara Chapman, the owner of Tee's Kitchen, used her gift of cooking by offering her dishes to the community.
"Cornbread, corn on the cobb, dressing, sweet potatoes, macaroni, it's about eight or nine dishes out there,” Chapman said.
She fed approximately 150 people with her dishes.
"It really makes me feel good because our community with all the violence and stuff that's going on, we need to pull together anyway and do more positive...
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