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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Thanksgiving dinner came early to some South Albany residents.

Members of the King Solomon Masonic Lodge #14 on South Madison Street had their annual Feed the Community Day.

They gave out traditional thanksgiving meals to people, and surrounding churches in the area. They also gave out clothing, including jackets and coats. Everything was free.

"They really take care of us. They look after the property when were not here and anytime we have functions they come and participate. We want to give back to them and tell them thank you for watching out as well as incorporating them into this whole process," said Eddie Jones.

More than 700 people were served a hot thanksgiving meal. 

 

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