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Monday, December 6, 2021

Grateful Faces: The Way We’re Celebrating Thanksgiving Day

CHICO – Enterprise-Record asked several people in the city of Chico what their Thanksgiving plans are this year and what they are grateful for. Here are their reactions:

Heavenly Baker (Employee at Chico Ice Rink): “Yesterday I’m working here (at the ice rink) and then celebrating with my boyfriend and grandparents at Forest Ranch. Last week I was in Pennsylvania with my family. I Grateful that I have an apartment and a job. My family is away. Chico’s is a nice place and there are fine people.”

Robin Stallman: “I am going to live with my grandfather, mother and sister. I am grateful to be able to go out and explore in nature. I love the fall colors on the Esplanade. ,

Callie Griffis and Ella Crum: “We’re having Thanksgiving dinner (Wednesday night) with my grandparents. We’re making pie. We’re grateful for the pets, family, and friends.”

Natalie Griffis: “I’m grateful for the food on our table and the roof over our heads and family.”

Molly Brown: “I am hanging out here with my friends who kept me alive during my college days. I am grateful for my daughter and I am able to leave the house and just relax and thank you comfortably. I’m ice skating and it’s 70 degrees outside. not bad.”

Michelle Peacock: “I’m having dinner with the whole family at my brother’s house in Chico. I’m grateful for my mother’s health.”

Michelle Presley and Olivia Carson: “I am spending Thanksgiving with my family, son and grandchildren in Auroville. I am grateful for my health and family. I hope everyone has a healthy and happy holiday, veterans, for all.”

Diane Slater and Brevin: “I am spending it with my aunts, uncles and cousins ​​here in Chico. I am grateful for my health, my family and the ice skating rink.”

Jennifer Castro: “We’re going to visit my sister in Chico. I’m a Chico State alumnus since the class of 2015. I’m still grateful for my dad. We almost lost him to COVID-19. I’m from the University of Southern California I am graduating with my Masters.”

April Castro: “I came here to visit my sister. I am grateful for the support of my parents and sister. I am starting college in my first year away from home.”

Leia Tyner: “I’m doing the Run for Food and saying hello to some people. My grandmother blamed me for going to the Bay Area. On Friday I’m going to Chico’s for another dinner. I’m on my Peruvian side.” Grateful for the upcoming journey. I am grateful for my family.”

Anna conversation: “I just got back from college and am coming home. I am going to my aunt’s house for a family dinner. We’re going to have a coffee run and watch the Thanksgiving parade. We had dinner and everyone brought something or the other. My mom is making me stuffing even though I don’t eat it. I am grateful to everyone for coming back together. I’m missing home. I’m grateful that everyone can be together this year.”

Oggy Magdaleno: “We’re here in Chico, we live outside Yosemite National Park. My daughter goes to school here. We’re having Thanksgiving with her and her boyfriend for the first time this year. I’m grateful for my family and our health. Things are getting back to normal. We are still self-employed. We sell cinnamon rolls in fairs.”

Edson Gomersall: “We’re hosting 16 relatives here at Chico’s. It’s on the small side for us. We’re running for food. We’re part of the original team that started it. My wife is getting the Run for Food T-shirt.” It is installed by Jesus Center and it is a tradition for families. People get out and exercise before stuffing. I am thankful for my family and my health and things are getting back to normal. “

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Whitney Dixon: “for Thanksgiving,

I’m gathering my friends and family at Chico’s. I am grateful to my friends and family. Everyone has been vaccinated so we are getting together.”

Christine Scaffolding: “I’m going to the Whitney’s house. I’m grateful for the supportive friends and family.”

Isabel Boettner: “For Thanksgiving I’m going home to see my family in Sonoma. We’re going to make ableskivers which is a Swedish dish. I’m grateful for the friends and family.”

Paula Berg: “For Thanksgiving we’re going home with my husband and I and our three kids and their wives. We’re celebrating at Chico’s. I’m grateful for everyone who came over for Thanksgiving.

Michael Canepa: “I’m celebrating Thanksgiving with my sisters and family at Forest Ranch. My family has never been to Chico before. I’m grateful for my family.”

Ken Savage: “For Thanksgiving I’m working here at Chico’s and meeting family. I’m grateful for my family. We haven’t been together for six months. It’s nice to be back at Chico’s.”

Linda Dober, Hal Hultslander: “We’ve come here from the Bay Area to visit my sister. We’re going to cook some food tonight and have a gathering and then tomorrow we’re going to host some friends at my sister’s new home after she lost her home in heaven. We are grateful for the renewal and to the family and friends.”

Chris Gonzales: “I’m going to Reno, and I’m going to spend time with my family. I’m going to see my son, he’s 3 years old. I’m thankful for my son, my mom and my sister, and my job “

Janelle Martinez: “I’m from Orange County and I’m here to visit my family. So we’ll hang out with them at home and cook, it’s a year later. I’m thankful for my family, quite cliche.”

Amy Curiel: “I live in Corning, so we’re supposed to stay at my mom’s house. My sisters come from LA so we just get together with our moms. I’m grateful for my family.”

Casey Bauges: “I work in IT, a network engineer. I will be at home with family. Being at home with family on Thanksgiving is very important to me. Being able to stay at home, I am grateful for.”

Taylor, Page, Brooke and Lucas Kennedy: “We have family coming and we are hosting. We have grandparents coming. We are grateful for the music, friends and family. All our family and friends came through COVID healthy and in one piece. And our Christmas elf comes every year on Thanksgiving Day.”

Carla and David Markowski: “Today is our birthday, our granddaughter, and we’re getting a chocolate gift. Tomorrow is going to be the birthday after Thanksgiving. We’re doing traditional turkey and stuffing and taters, cranberries and pie. We are grateful to have our family And we can travel here. There were no family gatherings for Thanksgiving last year, so I’m grateful to have family this year.”

Heather Gordon: “I have some family in town and we’re going to start over here. And then we’re going down to the Bay Area. Some of my family is flying to San Francisco. Then we watch the 49ers and the Vikings on Sunday.” Going on. I’m grateful for my family, I’m grateful for our health. I’m thankful we can all be together because last year was a little crazy.”

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