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Food service group helps kids get back packs

CORDELE, GA (WALB) -

The donations received from supporters of Fishermen For The Hungry will make it possible for Northern Height Baptist Church in Cordele, Ga. to distribute 100 School Back Packs so needy children will have food over the weekends. 

Larry Smith (left) from Cordele, Ga. and Mark Wehunt (right) from Ashburn Ga. received Southern Custom Bass Rods valued at $250.00 by Fishermen For The Hungry Director Dewey Mitchell (center) at the Houston Baptist Association Wild Game Supper at Vienna First Baptist Church over the weekend. 

For more information on how you can win a Southern Custom Rod or become a weekly or yearly sponsor of N.H.B.C. Back Pack Feeding Program please contact Dewey Mitchell at 229-273-0579.

 

 

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