WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – Hundreds of meals flew out the doors of the Watertown Salvation Army this Thanksgiving.
Volunteers were hard at work putting together the “Turkey Day” dinners, allowing community members to drive-up or walk in to claim a free meal. They also delivered to those who were unable to travel.
Even before the doors opened at 11 a.m., more than 400 meals were pre-ordered, helping the Salvation Army reach its goal of serving 800 meals.
The posts’ newest captains say transitioning into this annual city tradition was easy, thanks to those who have stepped up to help.
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