Salvation Army serves up 7,000 pounds of food to homeless community

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WATCH: Taking care of our Denver residents who may otherwise not get a warm Thanksgiving meal is a tradition for the Salvation Army.

This year, the charitable organization teamed up with King Soopers to serve more than 7,000 pounds of food to locals.

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