The Salvation Army served up a traditional turkey day feast.
The shelters in both Fayetteville and Bentonville hosted hundreds of people Thursday.
Each meal came complete with turkey and all the fixings and, of course, good company.
“We want to help,” explains Major Dan Matthews with the Salvation Army of NWA. “We want to be able to reach out to these folks and at least give them a good Thanksgiving meal and encourage them today, pray for them, and just let them know we’re here for them.”
Several people in the community volunteered to serve the meals at the Salvation Army.
In all, about 300 people were treated to a warm meal.