Nov 25, 2010 9:24 PM by Ariel Wesler
The Morro Bay Community Center was home to the 13th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner this afternoon. More than 300 people showed up to the event-- hosted by the Morro Bay Peace Officers' Association and the Rotary Club. The Cuesta College Choir provided some musical entertainment and the local boy scouts helped serve up a feast.
"They've got a spirit about them that's lacking in a lot of places, so getting a chance to get to talk with the ones and people you haven't see in a while. It's great!" said Morro Bay Resident Bill Olson.
More than 20 people volunteered at the dinner. The left over food will be given to area homeless shelters. In the sprit of Thanksgiving, the entire event was free, including transportation--all in an effort to make sure no one goes hungry.
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