Since long before they were hired to support Columbia’s Strategic Plan initiatives, Glenn Cobbins and Judy Hubbard have been breaking bread with fellow community members. For nineteen years now, they have provided a free Thanksgiving Day meal to hundreds and hundreds of people who may not otherwise have been able to share in our country’s traditional autumn holiday.
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