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Waterloo/Cedar Falls Salvation Army needs turkeys to help those in need

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The Waterloo/Cedar Falls Salvation Army is in urgent need of turkeys and other food items for their annual Thanksgiving Day meal.

According to Sue Hennings, Development Director for the Waterloo/Cedar Falls Salvation Army, 20 turkeys are needed, but they find themsleves with only three turkeys and three turkey roasts.

"As the economy continues to falter and unemployment reaches record heights, The Salvation Army is sounding an urgent call to the Cedar Valley neighbors to respond generously to the needs of the less fortunate this Thanksgiving," Hennings said in a written statement.

If you can donate turkeys or other non-perishable food items, please drop them off at the Salvation Army at 89 Franklin Street in Waterloo or call 319-235-9358.

The annual Thanksgiving Dinner will be served on Thursday November 28th from 11:30 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
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