Great Harvest Bread Co. donates lunches to hospital with help of customers

From left, Jacquelyn Horton, RN, director of emergency services of Temecula Valley Hospital, and Cori Cole, RN, emergency department manager of TVH, receives lunches for the emergency department donated by Darin Carlson, owner of Great Harvest Bread Co. in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
According to Darin Carlson, head baker and owner of Great Harvest Bread Company in Temecula, idea to hand out food lunches to Temecule Valley Hospitial's emergency service medical personnel began with desire to help their community, something the business has been doing for years. But they wanted to try something a little different, given the unusual circumstances surrounding the coronavirus outbreak. “We’re just trying to see what we can do to support the community and we usually try to do as much as we can,” he said. “We’ve been actually donating bread to local food banks for years and years. “We’re just looking to do something else. A previous employee of mine, Robin, she basically came in a couple of days ago and said ‘hey, we should do this.’ And I was like,
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