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Are You Hosting Thanksgiving Dinner? Event Planner Jaime Johnson Has All The Advice You Need

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KHQ - Thanksgiving is right around the corner and if you are hosting dinner at your house this year, it's important to start planning and preparing now to avoid being stressed out in front of your family and guests.

Local event planner, Jaime Johnson has great advice to help you start preparing now for your Turkey Feast. Tune in to NewsBreak on KHQ.com every Monday as Jaime Johnson will be joining us live in studio to offer you her tips and expertise on how to plan a holiday that won't be forgotten.


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