The Salvation Army is getting ready for its annual thanksgiving dinner.
At this point the organization is short about 90 turkeys, which it'll use to feed those in need on the holiday.
The Salvation Army is expecting up to 18-hundred people for its thanksgiving dinner.
It'll also deliver a little over a thousand meals to folks who are unable to leave their homes.
Workers say the dinner is a great chance to reach out to those in need, such as the homeless and the needy.
Captain Daniel Wilson of the Salvation Army said, “We as the salvation army, we take it as a responsibility that we are serving the community, we are serving the people that donate to us, who trust us with the responsibility of trying to have the biggest bang for our buck and do the best job we can possible.”
If you want to donate a turkey or help out with the thanksgiving dinner, you can stop by the salvation army at 1235 north fourth street, Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.