Thanksgiving dinner was served a day early for dozens of people in Greenville Wednesday. Paradigm Incorporated, a mental health counseling center, held its second annual Thanksgiving dinner.
Paradigm clients as well as members of the community were treated to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with turkey, ham, collard greens, and mashed potatoes.
Diners we spoke with say they think it's just a great way to bring the community together during the holidays.
"I think it's a good thing to help people out and stuff and just enjoy life and know that you're thankful for everything here." said Ashley Darden.
Paradigm is looking forward to having the dinner again next year.
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