Soup kitchens and shelters across the Upstate are preparing to feed those in need on Thanksgiving Day amid the coronavirus pandemic.”Of course there’s going to be a Thanksgiving meal, it’s just going to look different,” said Lou Sartor, Director of Spartanburg Soup Kitchen.Sartor said all are still welcome at the Spartanburg Soup Kitchen on Thanksgiving but some adjustments are being made because of COVID-19. “Being
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