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U.S. News & World Report Recognized PC For Giving Holiday Meals To Students

Thanksgiving Meals

U.S. News & World Report covered PC's generosity thanks to the Alumni Association and their donation to give 100 meals to students this Thanksgiving. 

PHOENIX (AP) — With their annual Thanksgiving meal for disadvantaged students cancelled because of the coronavirus outbreak, alumni from one local community college held a drive-through food distribution Tuesday so people can cook their own holiday dinner.

The vehicles of 100 students who signed up beforehand lined up in the Phoenix College parking lot. Masked staff and volunteers placed a bag with turkey, mashed potatoes, pie and other fixings in the back of each vehicle.

It's an example of how traditional meals for the disadvantaged have had to be reimagined this year to prevent spread of the virus even as the ranks of the needy have grown.

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