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Albany church to feed hundreds in need

March 27, 2008

Albany--On Friday, March 28th, First Apostolic Church in Albany will feed hundreds of people in need.  Every one is invited to attend.  The church currently has 400 vouchers to give away.  You must obtain one when you arrive in order to obtain a box of food, so the earlier you arrive, the better your odds of getting one. 

The food giveaway kicks off tomorrow at 7 AM at 421 Lumpkin Street.  For further information, you can contact the church at (229) 888-3850.  The church is asking that you bring some form of identification, so they have a record of the people attending.

The food is made possible by a national organization called Feed the Children.  A semi carrying the boxes of food is expected to arrive at the church tomorrow by 9 AM.  Volunteers will begin distributing the food shortly after.

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