Montgomery Salvation Army Feeds Hundreds for Thanksgiving


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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