KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The Salvation Army has dedicated an entire week to reaching out to the community.
Tuesday, they gave the men and women who keep us safe some free breakfast.
The hot griddle fired up at 8:00a.m. to feed hundreds of first responders.
Salvation army leaders say that maintaining relationships and working together with law enforcement helps lower the crime rate by keeping people off of our streets.
The free meal was a small gesture that certainly didn't go unnoticed.
Salvation army week continues on Thursday - with the fit for success career fair. There will be job opportunities from all around Knoxville, and with regal's help there will also be a movie night at the Joy Baker Center.
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