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Packers' Woodson gives back at church holiday meal

11:13 AM, Nov. 23, 2012
Volunteer Linda Peters pours some juice for Tylenn Champeau, from left, Tatianna Enz and Alecia McGeough at the Divine Temple Church of God on Thursday during the church's annual Thanksgiving meal.
Volunteer Linda Peters pours some juice for Tylenn Champeau, from left, Tatianna Enz and Alecia McGeough at the Divine Temple Church of God on Thursday during the church's annual Thanksgiving meal.
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Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson didn't want to stay home alone on Thanksgiving.

So on Thursday he was among dozens of volunteers who helped give back to others at an annual Thanksgiving meal at Divine Temple Church of God in Christ in downtown Green Bay.

"My family is home (in Florida) and I'm here basically by myself for this holiday," Woodson said. "So I figured I would come out and serve the people." ...

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