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Thursday – Nov. 27, 2014

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Evan Sanders | Trib Total Media
Hannah Jones of Latrobe carries on the tradition of dressing up as the turkey mascot for the 20th annual Turkey Trot 5K race through Latrobe on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014.
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Evan Sanders | Trib Total Media
Runners leave the start line at the beginning of the 20th annual Turkey Trot 5K race through Latrobe on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014.
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Andrew Russell | Trib Total Media
David Horrell, 56, of Bloomfield (right) gets a hug from friend, Betty Lowry, 55, at the Thanksgiving meal at Light of Life Mission on the North Side, Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014.
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Andrew Russell | Trib Total Media
Gwyn Lee of Beltzhoover looks through donated coats at the coat giveaway at Light of Life Mission on the North Side, Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014.
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Sidney Davis | Trib Total Media
With roasted turkey hats on, Stephanie Wezowicz (left) of Virginia and her brother Brian Wezowicz of Mt. Lebanon and thousands of others wait for the start of the 24th annual PNC Turkey Trot to support the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh on the North Shore under the Fort Duquesne Bridge on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014.
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Sidney Davis | Trib Total Media
Participants start the 24th annual PNC Turkey Trot to support the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh on the North Shore under the Fort Duquesne Bridge on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014.
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Andrew Russell | Trib Total Media
The Rev. Patrick Carpenter of the South Side and Ken Mooney of Regent Square make mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving meals at Holy Assumption of St. Mary Orthodox Church on the South Side, Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. The meals were distributed to more than 3,500 Pittsburgh residents.
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Andrew Russell | Trib Total Media
Owen Del Uyl, 9, of West View packs dinner rolls into a box of Thanksgiving meals at Holy Assumption of St. Mary Orthodox Church on the South Side, Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. The meals were distributed to more than 3,500 Pittsburgh residents.
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Dan Speicher | For Valley News Dispatch
Anne Long of Penn Hills, founder of Christopher's Blessing, prepares to deliver Thanksgiving meals to elderly people living in the Springdale Manor in Springdale, in memory of her 11-year-old son, Christopher — who died in June 2011 — on Thursday, Nov. 27. 2014.
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Steph Chambers | Trib Total Media
Shoppers enter Toys 'R' Us in Greensburg on Thursday night, Nov. 27, 2014, during Thanksgiving pre-Black Friday sales.
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Steph Chambers | Trib Total Media
Haylie White looks toward her boyfriend Paul Bialas, both of Derry Township, as he keeps her warm while waiting for the doors at Best Buy in Greensburg to open on Thursday night, Nov. 27, 2014, during Thanksgiving pre-Black Friday sales.
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Steph Chambers | Trib Total Media
Roy Cairo of Greensburg (center) waits for store general manager Paul Flanagan (left) to open the doors at Best Buy in Greensburg on Thursday night, Nov. 27, 2014 during Thanksgiving pre-Black Friday sales.
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Steph Chambers | Trib Total Media
Consultant Derek Shaver hands a box to a colleague while helping shoppers at Best Buy in Greensburg on Thursday night, Nov. 27, 2014, during Thanksgiving pre-Black Friday sales.
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Steph Chambers | Trib Total Media
Fred Dolby of North Huntingdon looks toward the televisions while shopping at Best Buy in Greensburg on Thursday night, Nov. 27, 2014, during Thanksgiving pre-Black Friday sales.

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