Community dinners feed thousands
‘A big family get-together’ Family, turkey, music and football are on the menu today at The Fedora, a popular restaurant in Coeur d’Alene. The free Thanksgiving meal for the community began in 2010 when John and Mallory Malee opened the pub and grill. It has grown each year, and today the owners expect to serve about 1,200 meals. “It’s like a big family get-together, like you’re going to your mom and dad’s or grandma and grandpa’s,” John Malee said. “We just have a bigger extended family.” Communal Thanksgiving dinners have grown in popularity and now feed thousands of people across the area.
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