Second Annual Thousand Palms Turkey Giveaway to be Held Wednesday, November 22
Thu, 16/11/2023 - 04:00
THOUSAND PALMS – Bulldog Cannabis in Thousand Palms is once again donating 100 turkeys for families in Thousand Palms to have for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The turkeys will be given out from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, November 22 to the first 100 families from Thousand Palms. The turkey giveaway will be a walk-up distribution outside of Bulldog Cannabis in Thousand Palms, 72-242 Watt Ct. One turkey will be given per household and proof of residency in Thousand Palms is required.
This is Bulldog Cannabis’ second year providing turkeys to the community and this is part of the local company’s community benefit to Thousand Palms.
“We appreciate Bulldog Cannabis for supporting the community and local families and once again giving back in this way to our unincorporated community of Thousand Palms,” said Supervisor V. Manuel Perez. “It is a wonderful donation and people are welcome to come by on Wednesday, November 22 and pick up a turkey for the holiday.”
Bulldog Cannabis is the first cannabis business within the unincorporated communities of the Fourth District, and is located in Thousand Palms, the heart of the valley.
Bulldog Cannabis Owner Sam Kapukchyan states, “Bulldog Cannabis is proud to continue the tradition of our turkey giveaway to local Thousand Palms residents. Here at Bulldog, we are all about family caring for others and giving back. Our local Thousand Palms customers have been very loving and supportive of our shop so, on November 22nd, we will be passing out 100 turkeys, one per household to our local Thousand Palms residents, no purchase necessary.”
Supervisor V. Manuel Perez represents the Fourth Supervisorial District on the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. The largest district in the county by geography, the 4th District covers eastern Riverside County, from Whitewater, stretching across the entire Coachella Valley south to the Salton Sea, up Highway 74 to Idyllwild and the mountain communities, and heading east of the Coachella Valley to Blythe and the Colorado River.
Supervisor Perez’s office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.