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Boston, Mass. , Nov. 22, 2011 -- For 16 years, "Table of Friends" has been providing a Thanksgiving meal to Boston's less fortunate population. FEMA Deputy Administrator, Richard Serino helped to serve hundreds of guests on November 22nd 2011. FEMA employees at all levels volunteer their services to worthy causes. Photo by Robert Rose/FEMA

Boston, Mass. , Nov. 22, 2011 -- For 16 years, "Table of Friends" has been providing a Thanksgiving meal to Boston's less fortunate population. FEMA Deputy Administrator, Richard Serino helped to serve hundreds of guests on November 22nd 2011. FEMA employees at all levels volunteer their services to worthy causes. Photo by Robert Rose/FEMA

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Title: FEMA Volunteers at Thanksgiving Event

Production Date: 11/22/2011

Caption: Boston, Mass. , Nov. 22, 2011 -- For 16 years, "Table of Friends" has been providing a Thanksgiving meal to Boston's less fortunate population. FEMA Deputy Administrator, Richard Serino helped to serve hundreds of guests on November 22nd 2011. FEMA employees at all levels volunteer their services to worthy causes. Photo by Robert Rose/FEMA

Photographer Name: Robert Rose

City/State: Boston, MA

Keywords: Volunteer ^ homeless ^ Thanksgiving ^ Richard Serino

Categories: Special Event ^ Volunteering

Subcategories: Volunteer
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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