Thanksgiving comes early to Murrieta during third annual Share the Harvest


Wednesday, November 21st, 2012
Issue 47, Volume 16.


Thanksgiving comes early to Murrieta during third annual Share the Harvest - Shane Gibson photo. - Over 1,000 individuals were expected to arrive to Murrieta Mesa High School making it a great turnout with everyone enjoying their early Thanksgiving meals at the third annual Share the Harvest.
Over 1,000 individuals were expected to arrive to Murrieta Mesa High School making it a great turnout with everyone enjoying their early Thanksgiving meals at the third annual Share the Harvest.

Thanksgiving comes early to Murrieta during third annual Share the Harvest - Shane Gibson photo. - Murrieta Mesa High School students served free meals for Murrieta residents during Share the Harvest on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012.
Murrieta Mesa High School students served free meals for Murrieta residents during Share the Harvest on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012.

Thanksgiving comes early to Murrieta during third annual Share the Harvest - Shane Gibson photo. - Residents and community members moved down the line for a free helping of Thanksgiving fixings during Share the Harvest at Murrieta Mesa High School on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012. 
Residents and community members moved down the line for a free helping of Thanksgiving fixings during Share the Harvest at Murrieta Mesa High School on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012. 

Thanksgiving comes early to Murrieta during third annual Share the Harvest - Shane Gibson photo. - A Murrieta Mesa High School student serves turkey during the third annual Share the Harvest on Saturday, Nov. 17. Patrick Ellis, President/CEO of the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce stated they were on tap to feed a 1,000 people.
A Murrieta Mesa High School student serves turkey during the third annual Share the Harvest on Saturday, Nov. 17. Patrick Ellis, President/CEO of the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce stated they were on tap to feed a 1,000 people.

Thanksgiving comes early to Murrieta during third annual Share the Harvest - Shane Gibson photo. - Share the Harvest, in its third year, was sponsored by the Murrieta Valley School District, the Murrieta Rotary Foundation, and various other sponsors, supporters and volunteers.
Share the Harvest, in its third year, was sponsored by the Murrieta Valley School District, the Murrieta Rotary Foundation, and various other sponsors, supporters and volunteers.


 

2 comments

Comment Profile ImageThankful Temecula resident
Comment #1 | Friday, Nov 23, 2012 at 5:41 am
This is a very great story. I recently moved to Temecula and would like to know where I can find information for places like this where I can volunteer my time to help serve my community. Thank you in advance for any suggested places or resources to find a location where I might be able to participate around Christmas time. Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend!
Comment Profile ImageShane Gibson
Comment #2 | Friday, Nov 23, 2012 at 3:57 pm
You can check out both the Temecula and Murrieta Rotary Clubs. They both offer community services, fund raiser and many other helpful services.

Temecula: http://www.temecularotary.net/
Murrieta: http://www.clubrunner.ca/Portal/Home.aspx?accountid=4454

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