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Operation Thanksgiving

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With Halloween behind us, the focus now turns to Thanksgiving!

If you have extra room at your table, the 82nd Training Wing Chapel Team at Sheppard Air Force Base is looking for people to participate in Operation Thanksgiving.  The Chapel is looking for more than 200 families to sign up as sponsors to host airmen, soldiers, sailors, or marines on Thanksgiving Day.

Families wishing to be a sponsor this year can call the base chapel at (940) 676-0014.  You have until Wednesday, November 20th to sign up.

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