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HOUSTON  — Hundreds of homeless residents were provided with Thanksgiving meals at the annual Thanksgiving Big Feast at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The Salvation Army also opened their doors to anyone who needed a meal.

"They don't have a home but we do and were trying to help them," Hunter, a 9-year-old volunteer said.