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Serving the Servers in White River Junction

Chris Chapman, right, of Norwich, Vt., helps serve a meal of turkey stew over fresh biscuits to a table of Listen Community Services volunteers including Phil Kern, center, of Lyme, N.H., Sally Page of West Lebanon, N.H., and Graham Brawley, 9, of Etna, N.H. during the sixth annual Turning the Tables volunteer appreciation luncheon at Listen Thrift Store in White River Junction, Vt. "For one day, the guests serve them to show their thanks," said Food Programs Manager Ray Pecor, whose Community Dinners program serves meals five nights a week. (Valley News - Will Parson)

Chris Chapman, right, of Norwich, Vt., helps serve a meal of turkey stew over fresh biscuits to a table of Listen Community Services volunteers including Phil Kern, center, of Lyme, N.H., Sally Page of West Lebanon, N.H., and Graham Brawley, 9, of Etna, N.H. during the sixth annual Turning the Tables volunteer appreciation luncheon at Listen Thrift Store in White River Junction, Vt. "For one day, the guests serve them to show their thanks," said Food Programs Manager Ray Pecor, whose Community Dinners program serves meals five nights a week. (Valley News - Will Parson) Purchase photo reprints »

Chris Chapman, right, of Norwich, helps serve a meal of turkey stew over fresh biscuits to a table of Listen Community Services volunteers including Phil Kern, center, of Lyme, Sally Page, of West Lebanon, and Graham Brawley, 9, of Etna, during the sixth annual Turning the Tables volunteer appreciation luncheon at Listen Thrift Store in White River Junction on Saturday. “For one day, the guests serve them to show their thanks,” said Food Programs Manager Ray Pecor, whose Community Dinners program serves meals five nights a week. Valley News — Will Parson