City Officials along with community members joined Salvation Army Lts. Jeremy and Brittany Baker Wednesday evening to serve over 350 Hot Thanksgiving Dinner at The Burbank Salvation Army Headquarters.
Joining the army of servers were students and their parents from Bellarmine-Jefferson High School and members of Woodbury College, and Sunrise Rotarians.
The plates being served had turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberries, dinner rolls and dessert. They were also offered hot coffee, juice, and cold water.
Burbank Mayor Bob Frutos, along with City Council Member Will Rogers, were a couple of the City Officials who helped deliver plates to the guests.
Each year many companies, Service Clubs and individuals contribute money and services so that this event can be held. To volunteer, or contribute to the many Services that the Salvation Army provides for the community, you may do so by calling the Corps at (818) 845-7214 to speak to one of the representatives, or stopping by the office at 300 E. Angeleno, ( at Third Street.)
(Photo by © Ross A. Benson)
Elaine Paonessa contributed to this story. She has been involved with The Salvation Army for many years.
Editor’s Note this story was updated with Sunrise Rotarian’s.