Salt Lake Rescue Mission serves meals, helps homeless for Thanksgiving

Published: Tuesday, Nov. 26 2013 2:05 p.m. MST

Gov. Gary Herbert serves dinners and a hug to Nina Spencer and her two grandchildren, Josuel Chin, left ,and Darlynn Benally as The Salt Lake Rescue Mission serves hundreds of meals and gives away thousands of coats and warm clothes to Utahs homeless and low-income families at the annual Day-Before-Thanksgiving Banquet, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013, in Salt Lake City. The mission also supplied free clothes, haircuts, flu shots, hot showers and hygiene items

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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