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Willie Parker gives back to hometown with Thanksgiving turkey drive


Clinton football legend, two-time Super Bowl champion, and former UNC running back was back in his hometown Sunday with his charity group 39 Legends Foundation to kick off the holiday season with the foundation’s annual Thanksgiving turkey drive. The event, which ran for two hours, had cars coming in and out from beginning to end. (Sampson Independent)

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Willie Parker gives back to hometown with Thanksgiving turkey drive


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