ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A walk through one Albany park became a clinic, elections office and food bank Saturday.
T.E.A.M. Community made it easy for Albany residents to get the help they needed during their third annual One Stop Shop.
There, different organizations set up booths through out Tift Park for people to get the services they need.
"We wand to help people through blood pressure screenings. We have someone here to do a voter registration drive. We have as many organizations out in the community to get as much information out to empower them.
We want to better them, to assist their families and what ever else we can do to help them," said Director, Ava O'Neal Holmes.
Bags of food and clothing was also given out during today's event.
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