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Patti Disch, left, who works with dietary services at the Moffat County Jail, plates a hefty portion of turkey for a Thanksgiving meal Thursday at the jail. Fernando Rojas, an inmate who helps in the kitchen, waits patiently to drench the meat and stuffing with giblet gravy. Inmates and staff were served a traditional feast of turkey, green bean casserole, stuffing, vegetables, bread, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie for the holiday.

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Jail cooks, inmates make Thanksgiving dinner for 77 people

For anyone who thinks cooking Thanksgiving dinner is hard, try making turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce for 77 people. That was the task set in front of Mary Buchanan, Patti Disch and their staff, who made a traditional feast Wednesday and Thursday for the guards and inmates at the Moffat County Jail.


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