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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- The Salvation Army wants to talk turkey -- specifically, it needs 40 to 45 20 pound turkeys for its annual Thanksgiving meal.
The Salvation Army expects to feed about 800 people this year, but is lacking enough turkeys. It says any birds people care to donate should be provided by Friday, November 16th to make sure they're fully defrosted.
The organization could also use all the trimmings, including canned cranberries, stuffing, instant mashed potatoes, and bread. Donations can go to the Salvation Army at 911 South Brook Street.
The Salvation Army says it already has 150 volunteers lined up to serve the food.