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One Table Huntsville brings people together this Thanksgiving

Village of Promise encouraged participants to sit down and enjoy their meal with someone who may come from a different walk of life than themselves.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Village of Promise on Monday hosted a city-wide Thanksgiving meal called "One Table Huntsville" with the goal of bringing people together for a meal.

Village of Promise encouraged participants to sit down and enjoy their meal with someone who may come from a different walk of life than themselves. Hundreds of people sat down at one big table at Big Spring Park and did just that.

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"This is an annual event put on by Village of Promise and the idea is to bring people from all walks of life together to share a Thanksgiving meal," said volunteer Victoria Rich. "As you can see, this is a good representation of bringing all walks of life together. And the food is great, it's an exciting event, we love being here, helping out."

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"Oh, it just says that we're a place where everybody enjoys getting together, it's a community and that's what it's about," said Mayor Tommy Battle.

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