Predators staff hands out turkeys for Thanksgiving

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Staff and coaches from the Nashville Predators hockey team will be reaching out to the Middle Tennessee community by donating turkey and food to charity organizations.

Predators' coaches, administration, broadcasters and team mascot Gnash will participate in the team's annual holiday outreach on Tuesday by delivering food to organizations that help feed the poor and needy.

The donations will benefit organizations like Nashville Inner City Ministries, Wayne Reed Christian Childcare Center, Lighthouse Christian School, Community Childcare Center in Franklin, McNeilly Center for Children and the Lindsley Center.

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