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What Long Islanders are most thankful for this year

As the holiday season approaches, in a year where families will be celebrating differently, Long Islanders spoke to Newsday on Nov. 19 and Nov. 21 about what they are most thankful for. Here's Newsday's Faith Jessie with the report. Credit: Newsday staff

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