Members from the National Wild Turkey Federation Ruby Mountain Rios and the Lamoille Women's Club donate Thanksgiving food Friday to the Committee Against Domestic Violence Harbor House Friday. From left, CADV Executive Director Yvette Waters, NWTF member Allen Snow, NWTF member Maggie Canas, Lamoille Women's Club member Donna Potter, in back center NWTF Nevada chapter president Pyke Bowles, Aleena Dudley, Lamoille Women's Club member Ann Patton, and Zachary Wrenfrow.
The National Wild Turkey Federation Elko chapter, called the Ruby Mountain Rios, donated 12 turkeys to the Committee Against Domestic Violence Harbor House, a nonprofit that provides services and assistance to women and children who were victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. And although a Thanksgiving feast starts with the turkey, it is completed with the side dishes. Thanks to the Lamoille Women’s Club donating many fixings, sides and desserts — which included soups, cake, gravy — the Harbor House Thanksgiving will have a proper holiday meal.
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On behalf of the victims and their children Harbor House thanks local FedEx employees for their generous donation which included pantry items, pajamas, clothing, underwear and socks for the children staying at Harbor House.
Two new galleries have been added to the list!
CHILI FEED AND BINGO FUNDRAISER
October 12, 2013 6:00 PM
Mater Dei Hall
340 W. Fir Street
This is the wish list for September 2013.