Volunteers pitched in at the Highway 80 rescue mission in Longview to help serve hundreds of thanksgiving meals for the second day in a row to those less fortunate. The mission will serve turkey dinners tomorrow as well. And organizers say they expect to serve over 35-hundred meals to needy people in the community over a three day period. More of the needy were given a little holiday cheer today at the Salvation Army in Longview. Each year the Salvation Army serves between 200-and 300 meals for thanksgiving to those who are homeless or can not afford traditional thanksgiving foods.