Posted: Nov 22, 2012 5:37 PM by Katy Harris KXLF News
The number of families relying on the Anaconda Community Thanksgiving dinner is increasing each year.
This is the 4th Thanksgiving dinner provided for the community.
Volunteers began preparing food at 6 this morning.
Last year there were 120 deliveries, and this year it is well over 130.
There was also a steady flow of people dining for a meal.
"I think there's a bigger need. I've noticed quite a few people today that I sent home a couple people home with extra meals," says Anaconda Community Thanksgiving Dinner Organizer Bea Rosenleaf.
She says one woman gave her last $13 when a meal was delivered to her home because she was so thankful.