By Karen Cohilas - bio | email
ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A group of South Georgians want to feed the body and the soul. Charlie Klughart recently became a Christian and decided to organize a free meal for the hungry in Albany.
He'll be doing that at the Harvey's Supermarket on North Slappey on Saturday between 11 and 2:00 PM. In addition to giving away the meal of hotdogs and chili, he'll also be spreading the word of God.
He said, "We wanted this to be not about anything else other than helping somebody that needed some help, maybe that was hungry or something and would give us a opportunity to share what we had."
The hotdogs and chili will be available at the corner of the Harvey's parking lot on North Slappey between 11 AM and 2 PM on Saturday.
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