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Kelsey and Kim Jackson, owner of Kelsey’s and Kelsey and Kim’s restaurants in Atlantic City, gave the Sister Jean Webster’s Kitchen’s staff off and cooked a Thanksgiving meal for about 400 less fortunate people. The Jacksons, along with consultant/chef Willie Lewis, donated all of the food and brought their own staff to serve the dinner, which included turkey, cornbread stuffing, ham, mashed potatoes and dessert.
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