MEDFORD, Ore. -- The Compassion Highway Project is helping hundreds of people in the Medford get a hot meal this Thanksgiving.
The organization prepared more than 40 turkeys, 10 hams, and countless side dishes to try and serve 500 to 600 people.
They served food today from noon until 3:00 p.m.
They even fed people's pets.
The group had so much leftover food from the event that they donated the rest to a local shelter.
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