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Woody's Cheesesteaks feeds Atlanta's first responders

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A well-known midtown Atlanta restaurant is giving back to first responders this Thanksgiving.  Woody's Cheesesteaks will keep its doors open until midnight Thursday. 

The restaurant is offering free food to Atlanta's police officers, firefighters, EMTs and H.E.R.O. drivers.  It's all part of Woody's inaugural fundraiser called 24 Hours of Giving.

The public is invited the help!  All of the proceeds from Thursday's sales will be donated to the Atlanta Fire and Atlanta Police foundations. 

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