MISSOULA, Mont. -

The region's largest  homeless shelter and soup kitchen has been feeding guests a good part of the day.

The region's largest homeless shelter and soup kitchen has been cooking turkey the past three weeks.

Volunteers are scooping up extra turkey for leftover sandwiches to keep hunger away tomorrow.

The dinner has attracted the homeless, the poor and people who just want company for dinner.

Chris Bergman volunteered to serve this year because he said he has a lot to be thankful for.

He just moved back to Missoula after being away for 14 years.

"I graduated college, worked here for quite a few years before I went on," said Bergman. "I don't recall seeing around town the amount of homeless people that I certainly see now, and it seems to be a much greater need."