List: Free turkey dinners, groceries in the Austin area for Thanksgiving

This list also includes ways you can help the community by volunteering to hand out meals or donating.

AUSTIN, Texas — Tis the season of giving and receiving.

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and if you’d like to receive a free meal or lend a helping hand, here’s a list of local events giving out meals and groceries in the Austin area. There are various ways you can help

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Government told ‘children’s sport is vital’

The ban on children’s sport could effectively extend beyond the second national coronavirus lockdown unless a roadmap is produced for its immediate return, the Government was warned on Wednesday.

Ministers were told the sport sector and schools needed clarity over what activity under-18s could be allowed to undertake if the lockdown ends on Dec 2.

The Telegraph Sport “Keep Kids Active in Lockdown” campaign has already highlighted how a lack

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New Piedmont Rec Department classes start Nov. 30


A new session of Piedmont Recreation Department in-person and virtual classes is starting Nov. 30.

Registration is open to sign up. The department has switched the sign-up program to CommunityPass from ActiveNet, and the department is in the process of moving credits from ActiveNet to the new platform. Dance, arts, sports and fitness classes will be offered with in-person and virtual classes for all ages. All COVID-19 safety mandates

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The Envelope Budget: How to Make It Work for You

My last blog post, Don’t Be a Budget Hater, discussed the surprising truth that not all budgets are bad.  They often have a negative connotation, but hopefully after reading the article, you see the benefits of budgeting.  Now we will dive into different types of budgets. 

One Size Doesn’t Fit All

People often assume that there is one budget that will work for everyone.  Unfortunately, that is not the case. 

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Latrobe’s Holly Jolly festivities include contest, crafts, shopping, virtual Santa visit

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This year’s Holly Jolly holiday festivities in Latrobe will include a virtual visit with Santa and four days of extended downtown shopping promotions.

As with the town’s Great American Banana Split Celebration in August, Holly Jolly entertainment this year will be streamed online, not presented in-person. It’s

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Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest offering Christmas tree permits

RHINELANDER, Wis. (WAOW) — The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is offering personal use Christmas tree permits.

Each permit is $5 and a household can have up to five permits.

“We’re hopeful that making Christmas tree permits available online will make it easier for people to enjoy the experience of hiking through the woods to find the perfect tree,” said Tim Vetter, Recreation, Wilderness and Lands Program Manager.

The permits are available

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OUR TOWN: Maryn Carpenter, Megan Dobie are winners | Opinion

MARYN CARPENTER AND MEGAN DOBIE ARE WINNERS: Lempke-Blackwell VFW Post 7573 Auxiliary member and contest Chair Sandi VanTiem is excited to announce the essay contest winners for 2020. The girls’ essays are now at the district level. Winning works then travel to the state and national levels. The Patriot’s Pen essay title for middle school students was “What is Patriotism to Me?” Maryn Carpenter, a seventh-grade student at Anchor Bay

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Analysts Say These 3 Stocks Are Their Top Picks for 2021

The year is winding down, and it’s time for Wall Street’s analysts to start flagging their top picks for the coming year. It’s a time-honored tradition, in most walks of life, to take a sometimes tongue-in-cheek look at what lies ahead, and to start giving advice on the say-so of a metaphorical crystal ball.Analysts have been analyzing each

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Will Fluffy mush with bike, sled or skis? Experts teach beginners at park near Goshen. | Life

The experienced pooches were howling and singing. Eager to run. Who knows what they thought of the handful of other dogs and their humans who also appeared Saturday at River Preserve County Park, south of Goshen, and its wide grassy trails.

Clark Richardes and his wife, Dany, from Mishawaka, brought their fluffy Samoyed, dreaming that, when it snows, they’ll go skijoring — that is, have her pulling one of them

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5 things to know about the coronavirus today: Statewide curfew declared

Statewide curfew goes into effect tomorrow

A statewide curfew will go into effect Thursday, calling for Ohioans to stay at home from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for the next three weeks. Gov. Mike DeWine said that the goal of the curfew was to have fewer contacts to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. Exceptions are made for work, emergencies, medical care, groceries or meal pick-ups, and the governor

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10 Best Season 3 Episodes, Ranked By IMDb

After only being on the air for two seasons Parks and Recreation had made a well-known name for itself among television audiences and quickly became a staple-show for NBC.

RELATED: Amy Poehler’s 5 Best Movies And TV Shows (According To IMDb)

Despite having an amazing sophomore season, the 3rd season of Parks and Rec was shortened to only 16 episodes instead of the usual 24 and it seemed as though

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Unique maps show what lies beneath the water in the Milwaukee harbor

Newswise — MILWAUKEE _ Four years in the making, a unique set of maps that show what lies under the water’s surface in the Milwaukee harbor is now available both online and on signage posted at two outdoor locations near the shore.

The maps are guiding current restoration efforts that could help get the city’s harbor removed from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s list of “areas of concern,” and stimulate

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Pandemic can’t dampen Montclair Village’s holiday spirits

Montclair Village is a unique and special place, especially at this time of year, festooned with decor and lit up for the holidays. This year, even more than in years past, the independently owned businesses that make up the village are counting on the community for support. Village merchants are asking the community to come out, enjoy the holiday ambience and help them end the year on a high note

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