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Published November 28, 2012, 12:00 AM

Unseen Angels at work


Jane Reed of Stillwater, left, and Roger Bevers of North Hudson, debone roasted turkeys in advance of Thanksgiving Day. Unseen Angels founder Tracy Turner worked for Bevers when he owned River Valley Abstract & Title.

  • Jane Reed of Stillwater, left, and Roger Bevers of North Hudson, debone roasted turkeys in advance of Thanksgiving Day. Unseen Angels founder Tracy Turner worked for Bevers when he owned River Valley Abstract & Title.
  • John Gualtieri of Stillwater, Julie DeRusha of River Falls and Sharri Kinkead of Hudson, front from left, package Thanksgiving dinners. Kinkead, a neighbor of YMCA Camp St. Croix, walked over to the camp and asked how she could help after hearing about Unseen Angels. “I love it,” Kinkead said of the volunteer work. “I’m just astounded at what one woman can get started, and what all these people are accomplishing.”
  • Unseen Angels volunteer Jim Anderson of Hudson shares a light-hearted moment with program founder Tracy Turner of Somerset.
  • Jill Burchill, wife of Hudson Mayor Alan Burchill, and Brian Godtland of Hudson clean up after cutting potatoes.
  • Eric Olson of Stillwater and Somerset High School students Alex Turner, Keenan Strom and Dillon Carlson load prepared turkey dinners into a refrigerator truck provided by Hammond Cold Storage.
  • Julie DeRusha of River Falls, left, and Sarah Hunter of Stillwater cut pieces of pumpkin pie. About 1,000 pumpkin pies were served for dessert.
  • Keith Bevers of Hudson peels potatoes.
  • Beth Mondor of New Richmond works in the kitchen.
  • Tracy Turner, sitting in the dining hall at YMCA Camp St. Croix, takes a call from a needy family requesting a Thanksgiving dinner.