Salvation Army to Offer Holiday Meal

The Salvation Army announced a free, hot meal will be served to community members from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm on Thanksgiving Day, November 23, at the River Valley location, 2296 N. Memorial Drive —the former location of the Golden Corral restaurant.

The meal will be prepared by Salvation Army board members and volunteers and served by the same. It will consist of turkey, mashed potatoes, and other traditional Thanksgiving fare.

“Thanksgiving is about blessings,” said Salvation Army Major Bryan DeMichael. “As we count ours, we also are committed to blessing others. This is a humble meal, but it is prepared and served by people who simply want to make the holiday a little brighter for others.”

To learn more, donate, or to make a reservation, call the Salvation Army office at (740)-687-1921.

The Salvation Army has been serving Lancaster and Fairfield County for 123 years and serves thousands of people a year throughout Fairfield County through a myriad of services. Each year, The Salvation Army in Fairfield County provides more than $1.5 million in service to residents of Fairfield County. For every dollar raised in Fairfield County, 92 cents is put directly back in service to help those in need right here in Fairfield County. Learn more about our Fairfield County Salvation Army.

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