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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

November 27, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - On this Thanksgiving Day, have you taken time to consider what you're most thankful for? We caught up with parishioners at St. Teresa's Church in Albany Thursday, as they gave thanks for their many blessings.

Mark Lowe and Liz Cavanaugh said they are thankful for each other. Mark said, "We're thankful for our jobs, our community and our faith, and we're thankful for each other, we just got engaged."

MaryJane Okonkwo said, "I thank God for good health, for his protection and for the protection of my parents, my siblings, my in-laws back in Nigeria."

Many people mentioned being thankful for the opportunity to work during economic turmoil.

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