LANL Employees Contribute Thanksgiving Turkeys For Families In Need

Ann Rafferty of LANL’s Communication Arts and Services Group hands a frozen turkey to a volunteer Tuesday at the main Vehicle

 
Former LANL employee Johnnie Martinez places a frozen turkey in a collection box at the TA-3 VAP. Photo by Brian Clayton/LANL
 
Math and Science Academy educators Zach Leonard and Randy Merker take turkeys from Rich Montoya, standing, left, of Los Alamos’ Engineering and Security Services (NIE-ESS) Group. Montoya and colleague Kim Lucero led an effort that resulted in 36 frozen turkeys from employees in two NIE-ESS teams. Photo by Brian Clayton/LANL
 
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Los Alamos National Laboratory held its annual Bring a (frozen) Turkey to Work Day on Tuesday, something it has been doing for several years now.
 
The Lab partners with the Food Depot in Santa Fe, which in turn partners with 145 other agencies throughout Northern New Mexico to ensure that people in the area don’t go without food, especially this week, Thanksgiving week.
 
All told, Laboratory employees and Laboratory contractor Cray Computer donated 475 frozen turkeys, which are packaged with nonperishable food items also donated by Laboratory employees during its recently-completed holiday food drive. Food Depot personnel were onsite Tuesday and have already taken the frozen turkeys to Santa Fe for distribution via their partners.
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