September 2, 2014
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Obama family is passing out turkeys, stuffing and other Thanksgiving favorites to people at a food pantry organization.
President Barack Obama tucked pumpkin pies into people's bags at Martha's Table in downtown Washington on Wednesday evening and wished them a happy holiday.
Obama's two daughters, first lady Michelle Obama and her mother, Marian Robinson, worked alongside the president, putting canned food, stuffing and fresh vegetables into bags. The president's mother-in-law also handed out bags with frozen turkeys.
Children who attend educational services at the organization designed some of the bags, which were printed with the words "Every bag counts."
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