Guam - Thanks to the
generosity of the community, the Salvation Army has enough food for tomorrow's
16th Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon. Two weeks ago the organization wasn't sure
whether they'd have enough food to the event, but Captain Mike Lutcher says the
community pulled through.
He told KUAM News, "Everything that we had asked for - ham,
for turkeys, for the stuffing, for water for ice, everything - we had asked for
the community has stepped up and we're ready for tomorrow. So we're ready for
about 1,300 to 1,500 people to come and just enjoy."
The annual feast begins at 10 in the morning at Chamorro Village
in Hagatna. Food bags will also be distributed to those in need filled with
collections of canned goods and other items donated by the local community and