Stars get into the holiday spirit

Kirk Douglas, Harrison Ford and other celebs shared the Thanksgiving spirit Wednesday by serving hot meals to homeless people on Skid Row. Wearing red aprons and plastic gloves, they stood alongside volunteers at the annual feast at the Los Angeles Mission, doling out turkey drumsticks, mashed potatoes and gravy, rolls, vegetables and pumpkin pie. Actresses Nia Long and Calista Flockheart and the Hills star Spencer Pratt were among others passing out almost 3,000 plates of food to lines of men, women and children. "It's very grounding," said Long, who dished out vegetables and rolls with her 7-year-old son. "I feel grateful for all the things I have." The air of festivity sparkled in contrast to the harshness of Skid Row, where hunger is the norm and sleeping bags dot the sidewalks. "[The celebrities'] involvement will help their souls as much as it helps the guest being served," said Douglas in a mission press release.