WILMINGTON -- For the 15th year, people at the Salvation Army in Wilmington were serving up food and smiles on Thanksgiving.
With 15 turkeys and all the fixings there was plenty to go around. Also on the menu was dressing, potatoes and gravy, and of course dessert.
Volunteers served dinner to the residents of the shelter first, then to the homeless and the hungry from around the area.
Volunteers fed anywhere from 85 to 200 people.
Reported by Sarah Warlick