Tom Smart, Deseret News
SALT LAKE CITY — The Rescue Mission of Salt Lake served hundreds of meals and gave away thousands of coats and warm clothes to Utah’s homeless and low-income families at our annual Day-Before-Thanksgiving Banquet.
The Mission also supplied free clothes, haircuts, flu shots, hot showers and hygiene items. There was be live music and addiction counseling for the Mission’s Thanksgiving guests.
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