Before the doors of Merced's Veterans Memorial Building opened Thursday morning to scores of area residents in need of a good Thanksgiving Day dinner, Merced Rescue Mission CEO Herb Opalek addressed the team gathered to help in the day's activities. In his remarks, Opalek made sure the group knew of their importance in providing personal interaction with those in the community who might go without such vital contact at other times of the year.
Before the doors of Merced's Veterans Memorial Building opened Thursday morning to scores of area residents in need of a good Thanksgiving Day dinner, Merced Rescue Mission CEO Herb Opalek addressed the team gathered to help in the day's activities. In his remarks, Opalek made sure the group knew of their importance in providing personal interaction with those in the community who might go without such vital contact at other times of the year.
Before the doors of Merced's Veterans Memorial Building opened Thursday morning to scores of area residents in need of a good Thanksgiving Day dinner, Merced Rescue Mission CEO Herb Opalek addressed the team gathered to help in the day's activities. In his remarks, Opalek made sure the group knew of their importance in providing personal interaction with those in the community who might go without such vital contact at other times of the year.

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