Harvest Feast Serves More Than 3,000
Posted October 12, 2003
RALEIGH, N.C. — Thousands of Triangle residents had a good meal Sunday, thanks to the Harris-Teeter Harvest Feast.
Volunteers took over the Raleigh Convention Center to serve lunch to 3,300 men, women and children.
Anyone in the community who wanted a meal was welcome. Harris-Teeter joined with the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle and the Triangle United Way to make the event possible.
Former Harlem Globetrotter Curly Neal entertained the kids, and nine local music groups performed.
Capitol Broadcasting Company,
WRAL's parent company, helped sponsor the event.