San Francisco News
Armed forces carve turkeys for Salvation Army
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Salvation Army struck up the band Wednesday morning to welcome an army of turkey carvers.
Members of the Navy, Coast Guard and San Francisco police and fire department will slice up more than 150 turkeys Wednesday.
The meat will eventually end up on the dinner tables of poor and elderly residents around San Francisco.
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