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Governor Rick Scott and his wife serve Thanksgiving dinner at St. Matthew's House

Florida First Lady Ann Scott, center, chats with Colin Roe, left, 6, and his sister, Sydney Roe, right, 4, both of Naples, as Scott and her husband, Florida Governor Rick Scott, (not pictured) join volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner to guests at St. Matthew's House homeless shelter in East Naples on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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Florida First Lady Ann Scott, center, chats with Colin Roe, left, 6, and his sister, Sydney Roe, right, 4, both of Naples, as Scott and her husband, Florida Governor Rick Scott, (not pictured) join volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner to guests at St. Matthew's House homeless shelter in East Naples on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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  • Florida Governor Rick Scott, center, and his wife, Ann Scott (not pictured), help serve Thanksgiving dinner to guests at St. Matthew's House homeless shelter in East Naples on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Florida Governor Rick Scott, center, and his wife, Ann Scott (not pictured), join volunteers for prayer before servingThanksgiving dinner to guests at St. Matthew's House homeless shelter in East Naples on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Scenes from Thanksgiving dinner at St. Matthew's House in East Naples where Florida Governor Rick Scott and his wife, Ann Scott (not pictured), joined volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Scenes from Thanksgiving dinner at St. Matthew's House in East Naples where Florida Governor Rick Scott, center, and his wife, Ann Scott, (not pictured) joined volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Scenes from Thanksgiving dinner at St. Matthew's House in East Naples where Florida Governor Rick Scott and his wife, Ann Scott (not pictured), joined volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Father Michael Orsi, center, of Ave Maria Law School, shares a laugh as he serves Thanksgiving dinner at St. Matthew's House homeless shelter in East Naples on Thursday afternoon. Florida Governor Rick Scott and his wife, Ann Scott, (not pictured) joined volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner to guests at St. Matthew's House St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Florida First Lady Ann Scott, center, chats with Colin Roe, left, 6, and his sister, Sydney Roe, right, 4, both of Naples, as Scott and her husband, Florida Governor Rick Scott, (not pictured) join volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner to guests at St. Matthew's House homeless shelter in East Naples on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Florida Governor Rick Scott, right, chats with Eric Lewis, center, and Michael Evans, left, both, of Naples, as the governor and his wife, Ann Scott (not pictured), join volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner to guests at St. Matthew's House homeless shelter in East Naples on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Scenes from Thanksgiving dinner at St. Matthew's House in East Naples where Florida Governor Rick Scott and his wife, Ann Scott (not pictured), joined volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Florida Governor Rick Scott, right, and his wife, Ann Scott (not pictured), join volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner to guests at St. Matthew's House homeless shelter in East Naples on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Florida Governor Rick Scott, right, chats with Damon White, center, of Naples, as he and his wife, Ann Scott (not pictured), join volunteers in servingThanksgiving dinner to guests at St. Matthew's House homeless shelter in East Naples on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon. Tristan Spinski/Staff

Florida Governor Rick Scott his wife, Ann Scott help serve Thanksgiving dinner to guests at St. Matthew's House homeless shelter in East Naples on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011. St. Matthew's House officials estimate feeding nearly 7,000 people for the Thanksgiving holiday through their turkey and grocery give-away and the sit-down dinner on Thursday afternoon.

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