BALTIMORE - It's not unusual to see charities hold Thanksgiving dinners for needy families. Goodwill puts its own spin on it by feeding people and giving them the resources they need to better their lives.
Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake is holding its 57th annual Thanksgiving Dinner and Resource Fair Wednesday in Baltimore. It will serve a hot meal to about 3,000 people and also connect them to local organizations who can help them turn their lives around.
The dinner and fair is happening at the Baltimore Convention Center.
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