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December 23, 2002

Valdosta - Members of the King Solomon Missionary Baptist church in Valdosta are preparing for their annual feed the needy and elderly Christmas Eve luncheon.

Since the event started three years ago, the church has fed nearly 500 people and is expecting this year's turnout to be the biggest ever.

"What better time of year to extend our love to the less fortunate than Christmas," said Pastor J. D. Martin. "Hopefully, our efforts will help stamp out hunger in our community."

The luncheon will be from 11am to 2pm Tuesday.

posted at 2:15 by ashley.harper@walb.com