Fire doesn't stop Westport church's Thanksgiving tradition

Just four days after a fire badly damaged a Westport church, its congregation got help from dozens of volunteers to put on its annual Thanksgiving feast.The nearly 200-year-old Saugatuck Congregational Church on Post Road East went up in flames Monday night. The back part of the building was destroyed and police are still investigating the cause.A neighboring church offered to host today's feast. More than 100 volunteers turned out to serve food to the needy and help clean up afterward.Community support growing for Westport churchVigil held outside burned Westport churchAuthorities investigate Westport church fire

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