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Clear skies for Southern California's Thanksgiving dinner

November 22, 2012 |  7:51 am

Fred Jordan Mission Serves Thanksgiving Meal to Needy

Some morning fog will give way to sunny skies in time for Thanksgiving dinner in Southern California, according to the National Weather Service.

Dense fog and low clouds in some parts of the region will stick around in the morning. By the afternoon, most areas will be clear with highs in the 60s around the coast and the 70s inland.

Across L.A., various charities are hosting events. Here is a rundown from City News Service:

-- An estimated 5,000 homeless people and families will be served at the annual Mozel Sanders Thanksgiving Dinner West Coast at the El Camino College Compton Center.

-- Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will give his traditional "Prayer for the City'' at The Midnight Mission, then help serve a Thanksgiving meal.

-- The Laugh Factory in Hollywood will conduct its 33rd annual free Thanksgiving Feast. Tim Allen, Tom Arnold, Dave Chappelle, Dane Cook, Tom Dreesen, Maz Jobrani, Larry Miller, Paul Mooney and Paul Rodriguez are scheduled to attend.

--Temple Beth Hillel will conduct its 12th annual Thanksgiving Day Feed the Hungry Feast in Valley Village.

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-- Shelby Grad

Photo: Turkey is served at the Fred Jordan Mission on Skid Row. Credit: KTLA News


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