Pechanga Tribe provides free meals to health care workers in Riverside County

Pechanga Tribe provides free meals to health care workers in Riverside County

The Pechanga Tribe is saying thank you to Riverside County frontline health care workers with free meals.

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Pechanga sent food trucks to four hospitals this week including Rancho Springs Medical Center in Murrieta.

Local food vendors went to sites for both morning and evening shifts.

Pechanga’s in-house bakery also provided freshly baked, oversized cookies and bottles of water.

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