While some had a chance to enjoy a hot meal with their families today, others who did not have a place to go had a seat at the Cornerstone Rescue Mission's dinner table.
For the seventh year in a row Andrea Adams, owner of Anything's Possible Catering, provided a hot meal at the Cornerstone Rescue Mission in Rapid City.
Adams and volunteers left their families for a few hours to serve the dinner. Volunteers and those who went to eat found it meaningful to be at the mission on Christmas.
Roberta Harmon volunteered on Christmas. "What it means to me is that you can offer hope that things will be better, that the sun will come out tomorrow, then you're giving a good gift," Harmon said.
Collin Pina ate dinner at the mission. "It's warm having to know that you can come to a place and get something to eat when you don't got nothing to eat", Pina said.
Adams says while she was shopping for the food she met Craig Christianson from the Hampton Inn. Christianson gave her all the money he had on him to contribute to the food purchase.