Turkey and the trimmings

The Salvation Army continued its tradition of providing free turkey dinners at the Albertsons and Safeway parking lots on Tuesday morning, Nov. 16. People dashed from their cars in the chilly fall breeze to grab a box holding a turkey, stuffing, potatoes and rolls. Holli Diamond, the Eastern Oregon Field and Service Center Director for The Salvation Army said 180 dinner boxes were put together with money donated through the Turkey Bucks program at the two grocery stores. Customers could either round up their bill or choose an amount to contribute.

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