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  • 'Lucky' Turkey to Receive Presidential Pardon

    Confidence, posture and a good personality helped a pair of California turkeys score a trip to the White House. "Tom One" and his alternative stood out from a flock raised for the Thanksgiving presidential pardon. They will depart SFO for Washington D.C. on a flight dubbed "Turkey One" on Monday. After the ceremony, the turkey will retire on a Virginia farm.

'Lucky' Turkey to Receive Presidential Pardon

Confidence, posture and a good personality helped a pair of California turkeys score a trip to the White House. "Tom One" and his alternative stood out from a flock raised for the Thanksgiving presidential pardon. They will depart SFO for Washington D.C. on a flight dubbed "Turkey One" on Monday. After the ceremony, the turkey will retire on a Virginia farm.
Linda S. Zhang The Modesto Bee