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WORTHINGTON -- The King Turkey Day Board of Directors is finalizing its plans for the 78th Annual King Turkey Day. As a tradition every year, the board has come up with a theme for the festivities. This year's theme is "Keep Calm and Gobble On."...

WORTHINGTON - The King Turkey Day Board of Directors is finalizing its plans for the 78th Annual King Turkey Day. As a tradition every year, the board has come up with a theme for the festivities. This year’s theme is “Keep Calm and Gobble On.” King Turkey Day buttons are on sale now at participating businesses. Purchase a button and receive a free coupon book with a wide range of offers and services, most offers good through Oct. 31.  The button was designed by Brad Behrends of Behrends Signworks.  Contact the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce at 372-2919 or visit www.kingturkeyday.net for more details.            

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