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Give a Helping Hand This Thanksgiving!

Want to give a hand and some thanks this Thanksgiving? The Fruit Gallery of Venice is having their 2nd annual Feed the Beach and could use some help November 27, 2008! All the info is below.

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Dear Friends,

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and the 2nd annual Feed the Beach event is coming up. We have less than a month to plan and prepare for this great event. Last year we feed over 500 people from the beach and community. This year we are striving to surpass this number with your help. People from all over came and lend their support by cooking, volunteering, and donating.

We are looking for the same people and more to reach out to this community for this year’s event. We will need people to commit to:
Cooking (Turkeys, Mash Potatoes, Stuffing, Pies, etc…)
Volunteering (Setting up, Prepare Food, Serving, etc….)
Donating (Tables, Chairs, Chaffing dishes, Money, etc…)

Currently, we have plenty of volunteers to serve and set-up. We have a local band set to perform. We have tables and chairs confirmed.

The event date is Thursday, November 27, 2008 from 12pm-2pm held in front of The Fruit Gallery located on 1 Westminster Avenue, Venice, CA 90291 (Venice Beach Boardwalk).

If you should have any questions please free to contact Nina or James at (310) 452-3034 or email [email protected] ..

Thank you so much for your support.
Fruit Gallery Team

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