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Utica College football donates Thanksgiving dinners

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Utica College football donates Thanksgiving dinners

Utica College football donates Thanksgiving dinners

Utica College graduates teamed up with the current Utica College football team to deliver Thanksgiving dinners to families at Upstate Cerebral Palsy.

Donated thanksgiving dinners to upstate cerebral palsy families.

Newschannel2's chelsea sherrod has the story.

All of the traditional thanksgiving eats.

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None anthony beaubrun: you've got a turkey which is at least 12 pounds.

We've got stuffing everyone needs stuffing, mashed potatoes can't go wrong with mashed potatoes, a bag of mixed vegetables just because we don't want one we wanted to give them a variety, and we also gave them cranberry sauce and a bag of rolls.

And they each get a case of water.

Two utica college graduates and football alumni teamed up with the program to donate thanksgiving dinner packages to eight families who recieve services at upstate cerebral palsyntica.

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Reporting and utica i'm chelsea sherrod news cnnel 2.> here's what the team is working on for




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