Montgomery Salvation Army Feeds Hundreds for Thanksgiving

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By Alabama News Network

The Salvation Army in Montgomery serves hot meals everyday and Thursday was no different.

More than one hundred people enjoyed a special Thanksgiving lunch at Montgomery's Salvation Army.

Both the staff and dozens of volunteers began cooking last month.

They started with the turkeys and then made a different dish each week.

This week, they finished baking desserts and welcomed families to come and enjoy the big meal.

Jackie Nettles is a chef there and says Thanksgiving is an important day for those who are less fortunate.

"It means a lot to them. This is like a celebration and a gathering and it's a good hearted meal and it's something that they look forward to and I enjoy doing it, "said Nettles.

Much of the food that was served was donated.

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