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In the Spirit of Thanks: Salvation Army Feeds Homeless and Low Income Families

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DALLAS, TX -- The Salvation Army Carr P. Collins Social Service Center served 2,000 homeless and low income families who couldn't afford a Thanksgiving meal.
Armed with 90 turkeys, 500 pounds of mashed potatoes, 500 pounds of stuffing, 125 pounds of cranberry sauce and 250 pumpkin pies.ย  Yummy!

Let's just say everyone in attendance was very thankful to receive such a great meal on Thanksgiving.

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