RICHLAND, Wash. - You could smell the wonderful food long before you walked through the Salvation Army's doors Thursday in Richland.
Twenty turkeys, 45 pies and 400 rolls were just some of the delicious foods being served there. Volunteers from the community and a handful from Hanford High School orchestrated the meal, which was free of charge and open to anyone who was hungry.
"I think it would be best described as overwhelming. It's just a really great feeling to be exposed to people and serve them and be thanked. It's a really really great feeling," said volunteer Holly Fritts.
On top of all the people who got a hot meal at the Salvation Army, the organization worked with Desert Villa in Kennewick to bring another 30 Thanksgiving meals to the retirement community.