Salvation Army staff and volunteers across Minnesota are busy serving meals this Thanksgiving Day. In Fergus Falls, Lieutenant Anthony Nordan says the mood is festive and people are happy to celebrate together instead of sitting home alone. Norden says they’ve seen “folks of all kinds. We’ve had families come in. We’ve had widows. We’ve had people in their 80s. We’ve had people as young as kids coming in — and then just all sitting down and having a meal together. It’s just a beautiful thing to see.” Lieutenant Nordan says about 50 people have come in for dinner in Fergus, 20 took meals back home for family and volunteers delivered about 43 meals.