Prince Sefa-Boakye answers the question: what is the best way to celebrate Thanksgiving?
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Hello Everybody! Tomorrow at 11:30am EST, Thanksgiving Day, Isabella and I will be doing a Thanksgiving Special on How people in Finland and Boston celebrate Thanksgiving, or least a day of Feast and Gratitude.
I will also be doing shout outs on our show. If you want one, leave a comment in the comment area with your name, profession, and location on the Google Hangout page. To go to the page click here!!
#whatsprinceeating: “Chinese Take Out–Pork Fried Rice and Boneless Ribs”
Happy Thanksgiving, from my Home to yours! And a special Happy Thanksgiving to my family back home in California. I’ll be spending my thanksgiving at home with my law school books and a tale of Sherlock Holmes to keep me company. Remember to give thanks for what we have (and not we desire) and to the people who helped us along the way.
Proud City Councillor Tito Jackson will be hosting his 4th Annual Turkey Giveaway at his district, Roxbury Crossing, in Massachusetts.
Each year benefactors, from all over Boston, provide Mr. Tito Jackson with thousands of turkeys. And each year Mr. Tito Jackson takes one day aside from his civic duties to giveaway turkeys to families less fortunate in his low income area of District 7–one turkey per family.
The mission of the Tito Jackson Community Fund is to give back to those in need, and to provide a meal that has been celebrated in our great nation for over a century.
Mr. Tito Jackson is looking for volunteers and if you are interested he asks that you RSVP with his overseer Monica Cannon via phone 857-269-9340 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A special volunteer who will be helping in this effort is LaDarrel Hagans, Singer and Well-Renowned Community Organizer. Read his story and learn how he became the outstanding grassroots organizer that he is today.
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The colors you must have are: navy blue*, black, white, and red (for Christmas and thanksgiving dinners)
The rest are for show.
Wearing V-neck sweaters in any type of weather tells women that you are a “Man of All-Seasons.”