PHOTOS: Haverhill Police Serve Thanksgiving Meals to Families at Salvation Army

Chief Alan R. DeNaro and staff from the Haverhill Police Department served Thanksgiving meals at the Salvation Army this week. (Courtesy photographs)

Members of the Haverhill Police Department, including Chief Alan R. DeNaro and his command staff, helped city families have a happy Thanksgiving by serving meals during the Salvation Army’s annual holiday luncheon.

The Salvation Army’s meal on Nov. 21 is just one of the seasonal events the goodwill organization has planned this year. Haverhill’s Major Lynnann Rivers tells WHAV volunteer bell ringers are needed for the group’s annual Red Kettle donation effort.

Volunteer shifts run from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. or 3-8 p.m. at Market Basket locations in Haverhill, and at Wal-Mart, Market Basket and Shaw’s in Plaistow, N.H. The shifts may be split up among several bell ringers and groups or teams are encouraged to participate. Volunteer musicians are also welcome to perform at kettle locations.

For more information on how to help, call 978-420-4192.