This year it said the tradition will be a drive-thru experience due to the governors two week pause on social gatherings.
Major Jason Koenig says there are positives and negatives to the new system.
“The pro for this is the safety and that’s the number one priority, but it is a challenge that were just handing them the turkeys so they can get out quickly, we lose the opportunity to get to know them and talk with people.”
Koenig said if you’re in need of a turkey for thanksgiving, you can drive by the salvation army thrift store in Medford from 9 to 11am on November 24th.
NBC5 News reporter Brigham Harris graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor’s degree in French. Brigham worked for NBC Sports in Europe and California. He also was a sports anchor and producer at BYUtv Sports.
Brigham and his wife are both natives of Ogden, Utah. He enjoys all things sports, outdoor activities and is a major dog enthusiast.