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SBD/Issue 39/Sports & Society
Ducks Partnering With Grocer To Feed Families This Thanksgiving
Published November 5, 2009
LENDING A HAND: The Anaheim Ducks Foundation on Saturday will auction the camouflage jerseys the team wore prior to Tuesday's game "for the benefit of Operation Homefront, an organization that provides emergency and morale assistance for troops returning home from service." The Ducks also have donated tickets to this Saturday's game against the Coyotes at Honda Center to Operation Homefront and the Veterans Ticket Foundation (LATIMES.com, 11/4).