The Salvation Army is hosting its annual Thanksgiving dinner, but the host may be missing a staple, turkey. Right now, they only have 40 turkeys to feed 2,000 people. That isn’t enough because last year they served 1,600 people with 300 turkeys. And on Thursday more people are expecting to attend the meal. Turkeys can be d ropped off at the Salvation Army Hospitality House located at 1002 N. Main Avenue. They are also collecting other Thanksgiving sides.
As the holiday season reaches its peak, there are some toys that should be left off the shopping list. World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc. revealed its list of the “10 Worst Toys of 2017”. 10 Worst Toys of 2017 by Tucson News Now on ScribdThe toys on the list all have some type of hazard that could send a child to the hospital. The majority pose a choking hazard but parents should be aware of strangulation, burns, eye injuries, and more.
Dozens of pies and a handful of turkeys just donated to the Salvation Army hospitality house. They are looking for even more donations to make Thanksgiving dinner special for thousands. You can donate at 1002 North Main Ave. #tucsonhttps://t.co/gUteNpjoOY
Robert is carrying several turkeys into the Salvation Army Hospitality House. They are needed for their annual Thanksgiving meal. You still have time to donate. Come to 1002 N Main Ave #Tucsonhttps://t.co/PPWdPZhIkE
If you missed my 7am live shot. You missed John Collins drop off 6 turkeys and $100. There's still time to give to the Salvation Army to make thanksgiving happen more 2,000+ people. #tucsonhttps://t.co/e5g6cz3Ud5
This gentlemen dropped off a turkey and stuffing at the Salvation Army Hospitality House. Looking for more people like him to be in the holiday spirit and drop off a little something too #tucsonhttps://t.co/FnEO0FG43g
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