San Jose -
Even if their spine gets a bit out of alignment, the chiropractors in training at Palmer College of Chiropractic’s West Campus will be putting their best feet forward for the holiday season at the 9th annual Turkey Trot Run
San Jose -
Gathering at table with family and friends, what could be better? Well, those participating in the eighth annual Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot think helping those in need is a great way to share the blessings of the season.
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Students and staff of Palmer College of Chiropractic West have made participating in the annual Turkey Trot part of their tradition as well as part of the outreach that chiropractor's do in building community.
Courtesy of Palmer College of Chiropractic West
The new location officially opened on Sept. 5. This facility will greatly enhance the outreach of Second Harvest as it feeds thousands of families, seniors and those unemployed who have little or no money for food in the San Mateo County and Santa Clara County region, just south of San Francisco.
Courtesy of Second Harvest media department
Holiday Food and Fund Drive Co-Chair Guy Churchward, president of Backup and Recovery Systems at EMC Corporation; Kathy Jackson, CEO of Second Harvest Food Bank; and Holiday Food and Fund Drive Co-Chair BJ Jenkins, CEO of Barracuda Networks, pack oranges at Second Harvest Food Bank’s Cypress Center in San Jose.
Courtesy of Second Harvest Food Bank
Some of the participants in this year's annual Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot will be from Palmer Chiropractic College of San Jose, CA
Courtesy of Silicon Valley Turkey Trot and Palmer College of Chiropractic