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Turkey Bowl is a Turkey Day tradition

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What’s Turkey Day without a little football? The long-standing tradition, the Turkey Bowl, was played earlier today. Full story...
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Street Turkeys program aims to help feed needy on Thanksgiving

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Many of us are preparing for a Thanksgiving feast tomorrow, but there are people in our community who can't afford it. A men's group from Wrightsville Beach United Methodist Church is doing something about it. Full story...
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Feed the meter; change a life

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There are lots of parking meters downtown. But only a few take your pocket change to change the lives of others. Full story...
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Food banks try to help rising hunger problem

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The US Department of Agriculture says hunger across the country is at its highest point in 15 years with nearly 15 percent of the country's population struggling to feed their families. Full story...
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UNCW students help "Stop Hunger Now"

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107,000 mouths will be fed because 500 UNC Wilmington students volunteered their time on Saturday. Stop Hunger Now is an international hunger relief organization founded by Ray Buchanan, UNCW alum. Full story...
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Walking to remember

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Men, women, children and pets walked two laps around Carolina Beach Lake for a cause. The Alzheimer’s walk took place Saturday to raise awareness and funds to find a cure for the disease. Full story...
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Free food and car washes for Veterans

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Businesses honored the people who have served and are actively serving our country today. This coming Monday is "all-you-can-eat" buffet for veterans at Golden Corral from 5:00 - 9:00 pm. Full story...
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Alzheimer's Walk this weekend

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The Alzheimer's Walk helps raise awareness and educates people about Alzheimer's. This weekend is not the only time you can help in the fight against the disease. Full story...
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Festival Latino brings together many cultures

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From tasty tortillas to salsa dancing the 12th annual Festival Latino in Hugh MacRae Park welcomed thousands Saturday. Full story...
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Chilly night at the fair

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Thursday's rain caused the fair to close but tonight they're up and running. Full story...
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Philanthropists honored for their work

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Area philanthropists were honored today for their contributions and hard work. The Cape fear chapter of the association of fundraising professionals presented awards to organizations, groups and individuals as part of National Philanthropy Day. Full story...
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Sheriff Ingram holds 3rd annual Fall Festival

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office held it's third annual Fall Festival in Bolivia Friday. Full story...
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Azalea Garden Tour grants to help beautify county

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The Garden Club handed out $62,000 in grants this morning. The club raised the money by running the Azalea Garden Tour during the Azalea Festival. Full story...
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Brunswick Town gets "Colonial"

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This weekend marked the return of Colonial Heritage Day at the Brunswick Town state historic site. Full story...
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Local volunteers take center stage

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The Governors Medallion of Honor nominee and winners were announced at a dinner in the city hall chambers. This years keynote speaker was Tannis Nelson who is part of the Governor's Commission on Volunteerism. Full story...
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