Salvation Army Plans to Serve Thanksgiving Feast to 400

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More than 100 volunteers will make Thursdays tradition possible.SACRAMENTO –

The Sacramento Salvation plans to serve a Thanksgiving feast to more than 400 people in need on Thursday. About 100 volunteers will be serving 250 pounds of potatoes, 60 turkeys, 40 gallons of gravy, 200 pounds of yam and 40 gallons of dressing.

Food will be served at 1200 North B Street (at the corner of 12th Street), Sacramento from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m.

The Salvation Army has been serving free Thanksgiving meals in the Sacramento region for more than 100 years.

The Salvation Army doesn’t need any more volunteers for Thanksgiving, but those who want to volunteer can go to GoSalArmy.Org and sign up there to help but food baskets together or sort toys the week before Christmas. The Salvation Army will also need help delivering food and toys to about 4,500 families.

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