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December 23, 2004

Thomasville - Shoppers aren't just running out to get last minute Christmas gifts, they're getting last minute Christmas food. The Harvey's in Thomasville has stocked up on extra hams and turkeys for this week.

That's a good thing too, Archie Cone is buying two hams, but he won't be keeping them for himself.  Cone says, "Get a ham for the needy. The Lord has blessed me so I want to pass the blessing onto somebody else. That's what the Lord would want us to do. He gave, even gave his life, so that's the ultimate price, so I feel like that's the least I can do."

Archie Cone said he was taking the food to Rebekah church where they'll be feeding the needy.

posted at 4:47 PM by karen.collier@walb.com