Despite oppressive, dark clouds and freezing mist that left trees covered in white and the parking lot slick as oil, the volunteers worked with smiles as hundreds of cars lined up to receive Thanksgiving supplies earlier this month at Redmond High School.

From the moment the NeighborImpact Mobile Food Pantry opened its service at 3 p.m. until it closed at 4:30 p.m., cars wrapped around the parking lot to receive Thanksgiving supplies including turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, canned green beans, pumpkin puree and rolls. All were offered at no cost.

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