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Former UNC and NFL player Willie Parker, foundation donate turkeys to Durham Rescue Mission


Retired NFL player and members of the 39 Legends Foundation donated 70 turkeys to the Durham Rescue Mission on Sunday. The turkeys will be used for the mission's annual Thanksgiving community dinner, for those in need in the Triangle. Parker, a former UNC running back, is a Clinton native and founded the nonprofit 39 Legends Foundation. (WTVD)

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Former UNC and NFL player Willie Parker, foundation donate turkeys to Durham Rescue Mission


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