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Warwick's Fishes and Loaves has new location

WARWICK, GA (WALB) - The Fishes and Loaves Outreach Ministry in Warwick has a new home on Railroad St.

For eight years now, volunteers have provided bags of food and clothing for families in need.

Every month they open up their doors for folks. Director Tommy Crenshaw says they feel blessed to have a new home.

"We just feel like this is an opportunity that God has provided us, not only with the building, but also with funds, its just every time we turn around we run into a little road block or something, and it gets handled," says Fishes and Loaves Director Tommy Crenshaw.

Each month they give away about 160 bags of groceries.

They'll open up their doors on August the 6th for families at 124 railroad st.

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