If you asked people about Thanksgiving Day, you’d find the vast majority agree. They plan their eating strategy for the big meal and their viewing strategy for parades and football. Then they think about thanks.

Many ponder what they are most thankful for. This is essential because there is likely to be someone at the dinner table who suggests everyone say what he or she is most grateful for.

Tim Zyla can be reached at 570-644-6397 ext. 1341 or tim_z@newsitem.com.

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