Salvation Army receives $5K for Thanksgiving Day meals for the needy

GIVING THANKS FOR THANKSGIVING DONATION: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints donated $5,000 to the Salvation Army, Guam on Nov. 18 to help pay for annual Thanksgiving Day meals for the island's needy. "We are very grateful for their continued support," said Salvation Army officials. Bill Davis of the Latter Day Saints, during the check presentation, said: “Thank you for all the services you’re doing for the community. Welcome to Guam!" From left: Capts. Kari and Eric Rudd, Guam and Micronesia Corps officers; Bill Davis, leader and member support coordinator; and Frederic Nicerio, region director. Photo courtesy CJ Urquico, Salvation Army