REGINA – Hundreds gathered Friday for a special Thanksgiving dinner, thanks in part to the Souls Harbour Rescue Mission.
The annual dinner was put on at the Dean Smith Youth Centre for those less fortunate in the community.
Souls Harbour says 750 meals were prepared this year, up from 600 last year.
Guests were treated to turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie and even live music.
Katrina Robinson, the director of development for the charity says it’s important that everyone enjoys a Thanksgiving dinner.
“We want them to experience the holidays without the added pressure of the expense. If they have no one to share the holidays with, then they can share it with their community. It’s just really fantastic day,” said Robinson.
The dinner went from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.Follow @BrandonGonez