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Thanksgiving dinner for Jimmy and Kay Towers is a traditional menu, but with a modern-day twist. Instead of hours in the kitchen, they order out.

Editor’s Note: The Herald is featuring area residents this week about their holiday traditions. Look for more features on local residents throughout the week in the Herald.

When longtime Killeen pastor Jimmy Towers was growing up in San Antonio, his family holiday celebrations were few and far between, but that began to change after he started dating his future wife in high school.

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