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PENDLETON — “Tremendous” was how Maj. Toni Halstad of the Pendleton Salvation Army described the volunteer effort in the rush Thursday, Nov. 24, to help serve Thanksgiving dinner.

“I posted on Facebook several weeks ago that we needed volunteers, and in the last week or two I’ve had to tell people, ‘Sorry we’re full,” because you can see this facility is small, we’d be on top of each other,” she said. “We have about 12 people coming to volunteer. It’s a good feeling though. It’s part of the army’s work.”

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