Angela Jester, Orondo, stacks cranberries onto a table where another volunteer puts them into baskets being pushed along an assembly line as Serve Wenatchee Valley serves up 450 baskets of Thanksgiving food for those in need in the area, putting them together and distributing them on Tuesday.
Kathi Scheibner, East Wenatchee, prays over a stack of pinto beans as she and over 50 volunteers get ready to put together 375 of 450 baskets of food Tuesday for those in need in the area, distributing them on Tuesday.
Serve Wenatchee Valley clients pray before being given a basket of food Tuesday that included turkey or chicken, potatoes, pie, and other treats to supply them with a Thanksgiving meal.
A decorated basket is pushed along rows of volunteers as they fill it with food at Serve Wenatchee Valley's Baskets of Blessings distribution Tuesday.
Over 50 volunteers put together baskets of food to be given out to clients of Serve Wenatchee Valley at Wenatchee Assebly of God church on Tuesday.
Teresa Fenner and her children Scarlett, 3, and Isabelle Wallbanm, 11, receive a pie and a basket of food as clients of Serve Wenatchee Valley's Baskets of Blessings during the distribution at Wenatchee Assembly of God church Tuesday. In thier tenth year of the program, they served up 450 baskets of Thanksgiving food for those in need in the area, putting them together and distributing most of them on Tuesday.
Wenatchee City Councilwoman Karen Rutherford
Verda Cummings is the mysterious ‘Eve’ in the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center’s photo.
The Wenatchee Daily World front page, Sept. 12, 1929
Photo by Lester A. Smith. Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center photography collection: 83-15-159. The identity of this woman and other details about this photo are unknown. The WVMC is hoping someone knows something about it.