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November 21, 2007

Albany - - Catering services were busy Wednesday serving customers who didn't have the time or patience to cook all the Thanksgiving trimmings.

Roosters on Westover Boulevard closed early so they could handle all of their catering orders.

This is the restaurant's first Thanksgiving in business. They say they're glad to be able to help so many south Georgians enjoy their holiday.  

"I was really surprised. I was expecting a lot lower by us just being here a few months, I was expecting a lot lower turnout. But we got to get it done," says Chris Barnes.

They made 42 pans of dressing and cooked 35 turkeys for customers.

Some people won't pick up their orders until Thursday morning.

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