Paper of plastic?
Players from the Spokane Chiefs bagged groceries today at Fred Meyer in the Valley to raise awareness and donations for 2nd Harvest.
“The donations people give are incredible,” defenceman Reid Gow. “It's pretty awesome.”
This is the fifth year the team has teamed up with 2nd Harvest and Fred Meyer for the event, according to Chiefs' director of public relations Jay Stewart.
“Gets the boys off the Xbox,” Stewart joked. “Truly what it does is allows them to support the community that supports them so much.”
Darren and Tyler Chandos showed up in their Chiefs jerseys with a bag of food to donate.
“We try to come every year,” Darren said. “Take some pretty good pictures with the players, get a chance to donate. It's an overall pretty good event.”
Players bagged groceries, helped customers get their groceries to the car, and greeted shoppers.