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T.E.A.M. Community Outreach brings Thanksgiving dinner

Ava O'Neal Ava O'Neal
ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Hundreds of people in need get a warm Thanksgiving meal and clothes. T.E.A.M. Community Outreach held their community Thanksgiving dinner this afternoon at Albany's Carver Community Center.

100 people already had signed up before  they began serving at 11:30. Thanks to donations organizers were able to give clothes to folks of all ages.

"There's so many people that have a need, and sometimes it's an unspoken need. So for us to be able to bring what they need to their community to bring it to them, it's such a blessing for us to know that we're helping someone that needs it," said Ava O'Neal, T.E.A.M. Community Outreach member.

T.E.A.M. Community Outreach is organized through the Center of Refuge church but they have several partners including Albany State, Albany Tech, and Phoebe's Network of Trust.


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