Presidio of Monterey leaders serve Thanksgiving meals to military community

By Hiro Chang, Presidio of Monterey Public AffairsDecember 2, 2008

Nine-year old Justine Chang takes a close looks at her selection at the Combs Dining Facility for Thanksgiving.  The Presidio of Monterey's Combs and Belas Dining Facilities were open to the military community so that Justine and her family could join the rest of her extended military family for Thanksgiving Day.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Nine-year old Justine Chang takes a close looks at her selection at the Combs Dining Facility for Thanksgiving. The Presidio of Monterey's Combs and Belas Dining Facilities were open to the military community so that Justine and her family could join the rest of her extended military family for Thanksgiving Day. (Photo Credit: Hiro Chang, Presidio of Monterey Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Nine-year old Justine Chang takes a close looks at her selection at the Combs Dining Facility for Thanksgiving.  The Presidio of Monterey's Combs and Belas Dining Facilities were open to the military community so that Justine and her family could join the rest of her extended military family for Thanksgiving Day.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Nine-year old Justine Chang takes a close looks at her selection at the Combs Dining Facility for Thanksgiving. The Presidio of Monterey's Combs and Belas Dining Facilities were open to the military community so that Justine and her family could join the rest of her extended military family for Thanksgiving Day. (Photo Credit: Hiro Chang, Presidio of Monterey Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
U.S. Air Force Chaplain (Capt.) Patrick Kneoster hands a tray to three-year-old Kalea Hall so that she can enjoy Thanksgiving with the rest of her family at Combs Diniing Facility in the Presidio of Monterey.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Air Force Chaplain (Capt.) Patrick Kneoster hands a tray to three-year-old Kalea Hall so that she can enjoy Thanksgiving with the rest of her family at Combs Diniing Facility in the Presidio of Monterey. (Photo Credit: Hiro Chang, Presidio of Monterey Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Marilyn Horsefield (far right) serves some of the Thanksgiving meal to a student from the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center with her daughter Marilyn and husband, U.S. Navy Capt. Mike Horsefield. also a student at DLIFLC. "It was their idea to come," Capt. Horsefield said of his family who served food with him. "They wanted to come out as a family and they like to participate in things like this."
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Marilyn Horsefield (far right) serves some of the Thanksgiving meal to a student from the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center with her daughter Marilyn and husband, U.S. Navy Capt. Mike Horsefield. also a student at DLIFLC. "It was their idea to come," Capt. Horsefield said of his family who served food with him. "They wanted to come out as a family and they like to participate in things like this." (Photo Credit: Hiro Chang, Presidio of Monterey Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL