A big Thanksgiving feast was given to those who may not otherwise have a meal on the table Thursday.
Wednesday was the annual Saint Margaret's House Thanksgiving Dinner. 130 women and their children enjoyed the feast with all the fixings from the turkey, to cranberries, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie.
The organization helps women who are going through a rough time.
“It makes me feel wonderful, its God’s way of doing things, for the grace of God I could be in any one of their positions,” says Patricia Marvel, Assistant Director, St. Margaret's House.
Many of the volunteers come every year to serve the meal. One of the volunteers there Wednesday has been with Saint Margaret's House since the organization was in its planning stages back in 1990.