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SUBMITTED PHOTO The United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania (UNC) and the Upper Valley Project Hope Committee are once again partnering to make sure struggling families have Thanksgiving dinner. Families with children age 18 and under are eligible for the Thanksgiving Food Basket Program and will receive a food basket. To register, bring ID and proof of income and any form of documentation for each family member in the household to the St. Rose Church Family Center, 4 North Church St., Carbondale, on one of the following dates: Wednesday, Nov. 6, from 3-6 p.m.; Monday, Nov. 11, from 9 a.m. to noon; or Monday, Nov. 18, from 3-6 p.m. Representatives from the Upper Valley Project Hope Committee and United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania (UNC), from left: Sister Jane Connolly, Upper Valley Project Hope; Chip Calabro, Upper Valley Project Hope; Maura Mark, director of community services, UNC; Lisa Durkin, president and CEO UNC; and Jessica Wallo, vice president for programs and services, UNC.

Families with children age 18 and under in the household are eligible for the Thanksgiving Food Basket Program and will receive a food basket that includes a turkey, stuffing, vegetables, pie and other holiday foods. The United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania (UNC) and the Upper Valley Project Hope Committee have once again partnered together to make sure struggling families have Thanksgiving dinner. To register, bring ID and proof of income and any form of documentation for each family member in the household to the St. Rose Church Family Center, 4 North Church St., Carbondale, on one of the following dates: Wednesday, Nov. 6, from 3-6 p.m.; Monday, Nov. 11, from 9 a.m. to noon; or Monday, Nov. 18, from 3-6 p.m. From left: Sister Jane Connolly, Upper Valley Project Hope; Chip Calabro, Upper Valley Project Hope; Maura Mark, director of community services, UNC; Lisa Durkin, president and CEO UNC; and Jessica Wallo, vice president for programs and services, UNC.