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Celebrate Thanksgiving with a Turkey Bowl

Thanksgiving and Football go hand in hand. Gameday Style wants to share a website with you that has fantastic party ideas to implement some football into your Thanksgiving get together, 
aside from all the football that will already be on the TV.


This "Turkey Bowl" party comes from CherylStyle.com, a website of party ideas and inspiration that make a get together personal and special.


An overview of the Turkey Bowl party from Cheryl Style:

Here's a fun and festive Thanksgiving you'll fall for: a holiday centered around Turkey Bowl, a friendly flag football game with family and friends, plus plenty of football on TV and a feast that'll make you want to shake your tail feathers! But this gathering adds a playful twist with some pluck. The buffet is set with bowls—some right side up to hold side dishes and some upside down to display food at various heights on the table. Even better, everyone eats their Thanksgiving meal from shallow bowls!
 After everyone is stuffed, flag football participants get award certificates for their stupendous play on the field. Guests are sent home with a bag of delicious roasted nuts bearing a tag that says, "Thankful for YOU."



All of the party how-tos are on Cheryl Style for you, right down to a timeline for the fete. Go check out CherylStyle.com for fantastic party ideas and organization..not just for Gameday or Thanksgiving, but for any of your occasions.  





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