Downtown Needles, CA: Commodities were not passed out last Saturday, but will be passed out next Saturday.

Downtown Needles, CA: Commodities were not passed out last Saturday, but will be passed out next Saturday.

Families and individuals who came by Saint Vincent de Paul Thrift Store in Downtown Needles, California to receive commodities of canned goods and frozen turkeys or chickens were told to come next weekend and that they will not be posted out on Saturday.

A source tell ZachNews that calls were coming in from families and individuals asking why there were no commodities being passed out on the third Saturday of the month.

The third Saturday of every month is the usual day when those in need commodities from the County of San Bernardino are passed out which this Saturday was not just canned goods being passed out, but reportedly frozen turkeys or chickens will also be passed out well supplies last.

According to a Saint Vincent de Paul Thrift Store worker, there was a mess up on the day of passing out commodities, but could not go into details about what happened.

Those families and individuals needing commodities from the County of San Bernardino are urged to come on into Saint Vincent De Paul Thrift Store which is located at 839 Front Street between E Street and F Street in Downtown Needles, California on Saturday, November 23rd, 2013 starting before 9:00am PT and will go on until closing at 2:00pm PT.

For more information on how to receive commodities from the County of San Bernardino, please contact Saint Vincent De Paul Thrift Store at: 1 (760) 326-4420.

**** As Thanksgiving Day approaches, may we never forget those who are without of family, home, and a place to get a hot meal. Please help those in our community by dropping off food at your local food pantry, food kitchen, or charitable organizations; volunteer at your local food pantry, food kitchen, or charitable organizations; or adopt a family or member of our military for your holiday dinner. Let’s make Thanksgiving Day and the whole holiday season a Giving and Volunteering Season bring some holiday cheer, joy, and love to all people in and around our community. Please also help those affected by pass and recent natural disasters such as flooding, earthquakes, hurricanes, and super typhoons. Thank You Everybody. ****

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