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    GALLERY: South Parish Congregational Church hosts curbside dinner; had 240 delivery meals - Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal | of | Share this photo

    An assembly line of volunteers pack Christmas turkey dinners into containers Friday at South Parish Congregational Church in Augusta.

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    Todd Jorgenson ladles gravy onto a Christmas turkey dinner in a takeout container Friday at South Parish Congregational Church in Augusta.

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    Volunteers pack turkey dinners Friday at South Parish Congregational Church in Augusta. There were about 240 of the Christmas dinners distributed by volunteers.

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    Volunteer Judy Colomy carries takeout dinners to people Friday at South Parish Congregational Church in Augusta. The traditional sit down community Christmas dinner had to switched to take out and delivery because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Joanie Rhoda, left, and Paul Rhoda deliver Christmas turkey dinners Friday to South Parish Chataeu Cushnoc in Augusta. Service coordinator Lynn Boardway, right, and volunteers at the apartment complex distributed them to residents.

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