Peterson Collects 1,200 Pounds of Food in Annual Turkey Drive

by SC Reporter Teresa Vazquez

John Kuhn, left, Melissa Hennessy, Mark Hennessy and Lowell Tanzer. SC photo by Chuck Larsen

For the past five years Henry Peterson has held a turkey drive in front of his Sanibel home on Lagoon Drive. He collects turkeys and dry goods for the Harry Chapin Food Bank, the largest hunger-relief network in Southwest Florida serving Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee counties. Peterson’s first drive totaled 10 turkeys, and this year he collected 962 pounds of turkey, 277 pounds of dry goods and $2,405 in donations. And his neighbors volunteered to help with the no-contact deliveries.

Leave a Comment

We are interested in articulate, well-informed remarks that are relevant to the article. We welcome your advice, your criticism and your unique insights into the issues of the day. To be approved for publication, your comments should be civil and avoid name-calling. It may take up to 24 hours for your comment to appear, if it is approved.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.