Posted: November 22, 2007 6:35 p.m.
PASCO, Wash.--The Salvation Army held its 15th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner earlier today.
Guests were treated to oven roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing and all the fixins'.
Virgie Robinson Elementary school hosted the event.
One woman said this dinner gives many people the chance to become one big family.
"We're very grateful that we can come here every year, volunteer, and also spend time with my family and the whole Salvation Army who I consider as my family also," says Rosalinda Erazo.
Salvation Army officials said this dinner wouldn't be possible without the support and donations from anonymous community members.
Over 300 people received a free Thanksgiving Day meal.