Salvation Army his the road for early Thanksgiving
BATON ROUGE - Hundreds of people had an early Thanksgiving meal delivered today, courtesy of the Salvation Army of Greater Baton Rouge.
Volunteers made five stops around the West Brookstown area of the city with the Salvation Army's mobile canteen, handing out meals to around 500 people who may not have been able to celebrate the holiday otherwise.
News 2's Stephanie Ryan will have answers on just how big the need has grown in recent months tonight on News 2 at 6.
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