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Salvation Army volunteers serve over 3,700 for Thanksgiving

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Volunteers with the Salvation Army are cooking and packing dinners that will feed over 3,700 people in need on Thanksgiving. 

Throughout Thursday morning, volunteers will cook meals to be served at the Phoenix Convention Center and delivered to homes around the valley.

The Salvation Army plans on serving 1,500 people at the convention center and 2,200 home delivered meals.

Each person gets a traditional meal with turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans and, of course, pie.

Volunteers will make 1,000 pounds of mashed potatoes and will carve 300 turkeys for the big meal.

Doors open at 10 a.m. and the Thanksgiving meal starts at 11:20 a.m.

FOX 10's Alexis Vance shows how hard volunteers are working to put everything together.

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