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    FYI, Community Information below & attached: ____________________________________ From: Licinia.McMorrow@sfgov.org To: Admin@bvhp-pac.org,
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      FYI,
       
      Community Information below & attached:
       

      From: Licinia.McMorrow@...
      To: Admin@..., sanfranciscocac@..., southeastcdcorp@...
      Sent: 11/22/2010 9:50:48 A.M. Pacific Standard Time
      Subj: Fw: HPPP media advisory--4th Annual Turkey Basket Giveaway *** **
       
      Hi all:
      Please post and forward to all lists with at least this in the body, and include the attachment.:

      Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) will partner with the A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) and San Francisco Housing Authority to give away more than 700 turkey baskets, with a complete Thanksgiving meal, at Hunter’s View, Hunter’s Point and Alice Griffith housing developments in the Bayview-Hunter’s Point community.

       Thanks to all, and happy Thanksgiving!

      Licínia McMorrow, AICP
      LEED Accredited Professional
      Certified Green Building Professional

      Assistant Project Manager-Bayview Hunters Point
      licinia.mcmorrow@...
      415.749.2412  

      San Francisco Redevelopment Agency  I  One South Van Ness, 5th Floor  I  San Francisco, CA 94103

      please consider the environment before printing this e-mail

      ----- Forwarded by Licinia McMorrow/REDEV/SFGOV on 11/22/2010 09:49 AM -----

      From:        APRI-SF <aprisf@...>
      To:        aprisf@...
      Date:        11/22/2010 07:17 AM
      Subject:        HPPP media advisory--4th Annual Turkey Basket Giveaway *** **






      Dear Friends and Colleagues:

      APRI-San Francisco Chapter embarks on another year of Thanksgiving outreach in the Bayview Hunter's Point for the 4th Annual Turkey Basket Giveaway together with this project's main benefactor, Pacific Gas and Electric, and other community partners.  Please see below/attached for the media advisory for more details.  We hope that you can join in our celebration of Thanksgiving.  We'd appreciate a reply if you plan to come.

      Happy Thanksgiving to all!

      (please pardon multiple postings)

      ~~ o0o ~~

      PG&E, A. PHILIP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE AND THE SAN FRANCISCO HOUSING AUTHORITY TEAM UP TO FIGHT HUNGER DURING THE HOLIDAYS

      Fourth Annual Turkey Giveaway Slated for Bayview-Hunter’s Point Community

       

      WHAT:           Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) will partner with the A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) and San Francisco Housing Authority to give away more than 700 turkey baskets, with a complete Thanksgiving meal, at Hunter’s View, Hunter’s Point and Alice Griffith housing developments in the Bayview-Hunter’s Point community.

                             

                              Each turkey basket will contain a 10-12 pound turkey; two loaves of bread; a three-pound bag of rice; one can of cranberry sauce; and two cans each of corn, greens, mixed vegetables and yams.

                              The project is part of PG&E’s commitment to the Bayview-Hunter’s Point community where PG&E is cleaning up the site of the former Hunter’s Point Power Plant.

      WHEN/

      WHERE:        Tuesday, November 23, 2010            

                              Hunter’s View Housing Development                                    11:00 a.m. to Noon

                              227/229 West Point Road, (basketball courts)

                             

      Hunter’s Point A-East/Westbrook Housing Dev.      1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

                              90 Kiska Road

      Alice Griffith Housing Development                          2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

      2390 Griffith Street (basketball courts)

      PHOTO OP:   Volunteers distributing turkey baskets to residents of the Bayview-Hunter’s Point community. Representatives from PG&E, APRI and the Housing Authority will be on hand for interviews, as will residents of the community.

      WHY:             In San Francisco, more than 150,000 people live at or below 150% of the federal poverty level and are in need of food. Need is especially high during the holidays.

      This year, the San Francisco Food Bank is on track to distribute 41.5 million pounds of food to meet an ever-growing need in the San Francisco community. As unemployment continues to soar, need is especially high during the holiday season. PG&E, APRI and the San Francisco Housing Authority are teaming up once again to help fill the need.

      CONTACT:    Joe Molica, PG&E Media Relations Department (415) 973-5930.

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