The Albany Police Department Family Protection Unit is hosting its second Annual Thanksgiving Dinner this afternoon 5:00 P.M. until, at the Albany Civic Center.
Investigator Bryant Leverett says the this event is free and open to the public, and everyone is encouraged to come out and fellowship with members of the Albany Police Department.
Organizers say that the food will be first come, first served, until it runs out.
The dinner is also sponsored by:
Carter's Grill and Restaurant First Baptist Albany Kingdom of God, Arlington Lion of Judah Sam's Club Albany Parks and Recreation Enterprise Rent-a-Car Smooth Rollers Bowling Association
For additional information contact Inv. Bryant Leverett at (229) 483-7662 or (229) 431-2123.
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