Tonight we give thanks for people who are volunteering on Thanksgiving.
Kathy and Robert Cardwell are 2 of about 200 volunteers who deliver Thanksgiving meals to the elderly who are shut-ins. This is the 21st year for that program from the Salvation Army.
"We started doing this with our children because we really wanted to teach our children to serve and by serving others lets us see how lucky they are," Kathy Cardwell said.
"It's just giving back to the community. We've received a lot ourselves and we feel very blessed that we have so much and it's nice to be able to help other people who may not have what you have and may not be able to get to this type of service," Robert Cardwell said.