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Photo gallery: Girl Scouts' project turns into annual Thanksgiving feast in Verona

| Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017, 11:12 a.m.
Pat Lawson dishes out a Thanksgiving dinner she and her daughters prepared and served for the residents of A.J. Demor Towers in Verona. What started out as a Girl Scout project for the twins has turned to an annual event. Between 30 and 40 of the residents gathered to enjoy the feast at the senior housing building on Saturday, Nov. 18. The dinner featured turkey, stuffing and cranberries, as well as speciality dishes brought by the residents.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Pat Lawson dishes out a Thanksgiving dinner she and her daughters prepared and served for the residents of A.J. Demor Towers in Verona. What started out as a Girl Scout project for the twins has turned to an annual event. Between 30 and 40 of the residents gathered to enjoy the feast at the senior housing building on Saturday, Nov. 18. The dinner featured turkey, stuffing and cranberries, as well as speciality dishes brought by the residents.
Juanita Karabetsos (left) and Carmella Ferri make their way through the food line at a Thanksgiving dinner at A.J. Demor Towers in Verona on Saturday, Nov. 18.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Juanita Karabetsos (left) and Carmella Ferri make their way through the food line at a Thanksgiving dinner at A.J. Demor Towers in Verona on Saturday, Nov. 18.
Beverly Juliano with her plate of Thanksgiving goodies at A.J. Demor Towers in Verona during a dinner served Saturday, Nov. 18.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Beverly Juliano with her plate of Thanksgiving goodies at A.J. Demor Towers in Verona during a dinner served Saturday, Nov. 18.

For the second year in a row, Pat Lawson and her twin daughters, Angela and Alexandria, 14, have prepared and served Thanksgiving dinner for the residents of A.J. Demor Towers in Verona. What started out as a Girl Scout project for the twins has turned into an annual event. Between 30 and 40 of the residents gathered to enjoy the feast at the senior housing building on Saturday. The dinner featured turkey, stuffing and cranberries, as well as speciality dishes brought by the residents.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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