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Topic - Imagene Stewart
Despite failing health, the Rev. Imagene Stewart, a D.C. institution, is still serving Thanksgiving dinner to countless homeless women, men and children after 40 years.
However, she is taking each year as she goes along, she said, and the many volunteers who help prepare and serve the dinner help her keep it all together.
"My doors are always open, and we're here to help anyone who needs us," Ms. Stewart said.