King’s Kettle Food Pantry fulfilled its Thanksgiving mission for the 25th year Saturday as volunteers once again provided nearly 350 families with feasts for the upcoming holiday. 

Clients formed a lengthy line of about 50 people outside the pantry’s home base at 30 N. Fayette St. in Shippensburg shortly before 9 a.m., and clients were served with the boxes of food until about noon.

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