TEMECULA (CNS) - Three nonprofits that provide food to the indigent and others in need received $100,000 in perishable goods from the Pechanga Resort Casino that would have otherwise gone to waste because of the venue's shutdown over novel coronavirus concerns, Pechanga tribal officials said on Thursday. "We're happy to know that people who need it most in our region will be getting the food assistance they need during this difficult time,'' said Jared Munoa, president of the Pechanga Development Corp. "It's a lot of food. The amount of food service our team provides can be staggering, and we give our guests the best quality. We are very glad it's going to deserving folks, who are undergoing unprecedented circumstances.'' The southwest Riverside County charities that received the donatio
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