BRISTOL, Va. - More than 100 people showed up at the Saint Luke United Methodist Church in Bristol, Va. to share a Thanksgiving dinner.
Diners were handed overflowing plates of turkey, stuffing, green beans and pie of course. It was all free.
The church's Men's Club bought all of the food.
Organizer Jimmy Icenhour told us it was all hands on deck to make sure no one went hungry.
"We do have a lot of young people out here working to help us today too," he said. "They come out every year and they help serve which is good."
Icenhour told News 5 the diners are a mix of church members, families and homeless community members.
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