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Salvation Army seeking donated turkeys for Thanksgiving meal

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Wanted: turkeys or ham.

That is what The Salvation Army needs for its upcoming Thanksgiving community meal. 

"We need some additional donation so we can feed anyone looking for a hot meal this Thanksgiving," said Captain Hendrk Sumter, Salvation Army Sacramento County Coordinator.  "Every bit helps when we are serving a lot of people."

More than 500 are expected to come to The Salvation Army Emergency Shelter in downtown Sacramento for the annual free meal.  The donated meat will used for that day and to feed the clients from the shelter program.

Last week, California State Automobile Association of Northern California helped the cause by donating 31 turkeys. 

Information about how to donate:

  • Drop off location: 1200 North B Street, Sacrametno
  • Days and Time: Donations accepted everyday til Thanksgiving.  6 am to 6 pm.

Information about free Thanksgiving Meal:

  • Location: 1200 North B Street, Sacramento
  • Date: Thursday, November 24
  • Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

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