H-E-B is putting on their 15th annual Feast of Sharing in Killeen, Temple, and Waco, Texas, and they are inviting everyone to come and join them at the table this holiday season.


It’s a yearly gathering where they proudly serve over 340,000 Texas-style meals during 34 dinners throughout Texas and Mexico. In select cities, H-E-B Partners (employees) and other volunteers will even deliver holiday meals to homebound seniors and others who are unable to attend the event. I think that is beautiful.


There will be three Central Texas locations for you can take part in and enjoy, and here they are:

Temple‘s Feast 

Thurs. Dec. 8 from 4pm - 8pm, at the Mayborn Convention Center

Killeen's Feast

Tues. Dec. 13 from 4pm - 8pm, at the Killeen Convention Center

Waco's Feast

Tues. Dec. 13, from 4pm - 8pm, at the Waco Convention Center


This is a part of H-E-B's Food Bank Assistance Program, where they work year-round to prevent hunger. It’s one way they are showing love to their loyal customers.

You can expect to enjoy a free hot meal at any of these locations. There will be live music, crafts and activities, and fun entertainment for the whole family. There will also be variety of free services available such as health and wellness screenings, plus flu vaccinations.


If you’re wondering how you can be of service, visit these websites to volunteer:

Volunteer Temple

Volunteer Killen

Volunteer Waco

For more information, click here or call (254) 526-9674. They are needing your help with this event. The invite is open to everyone, so add this to your calendar of memory making events this holiday season and enjoy.

K-Lew out!

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