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Ok two different thanksgiving dinners offered at the Unitarian. Our vegetarian thanksgiving was supposed to be held somewhere else because they wanted the building for the traditional turkey thanksgiving. Fair enough so we were going somewhere else.

Here's the big surprise, nobody signed up for that dinner and all of the people (22 in last count) signed up for the vegetarian thanksgiving. So now we get to move back to the Unitarian building.

A few unitarians seem vegetarian friendly as in they are open to vegetarianism, but this is a big surprise as I didn't think so many would forgo a traditonal turkey dinner.
 

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Very cool.
 

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Originally Posted by Eclipse View Post

Here's the big surprise, nobody signed up for that dinner and all of the people (22 in last count) signed up for the vegetarian thanksgiving. So now we get to move back to the Unitarian building.

A few unitarians seem vegetarian friendly as in they are open to vegetarianism, but this is a big surprise as I didn't think so many would forgo a traditonal turkey dinner.
So how was the dinner?
 
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