November 29, 2021

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Legacy Of ‘Daddy’ Bruce Randolph Lives On Through Thanksgiving Tradition – CBS Denver

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DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) – On Thursday, hundreds of Denver families will receive a proper Thanksgiving meal, thanks to the return of a longtime tradition. Starting at 11 a.m., the Epworth Foundation and Daddy Bruce Legacy Foundation, will work with local food truck owners to offer warm meals outside Epworth United Methodist Church.  

It’s a throwback to the way Denver restauranteur and philanthropist Daddy Bruce Randolph gave back to the community for the better part of three decades.  

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The tradition started in 1963, when Bruce cooked meals with his barbeque for about 200 people at City Park. After that, he moved the event to outside his restaurant, which was located at the corner of 34th…

CBS Denver

2021-11-24 20:38:49

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