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Churches set Thanksgiving dinners

Two local churches will host free Thanksgiving meals on Saturday and Nov. 26.

New Hope Baptist Church, 327 E. Third, will open its doors in its 9th annual Thanksgiving Community Outreach Dinner on Saturday. Delivery will begin at 10:30 a.m. and dine-in starts at 12-noon.

Last year's New Hope Baptist Church Thanksgiving lunch served 670 people.

.............................................................................................. "If you know anyone that will need a meal—the sick or shut-in—please let us know by Monday, Nov. 16," said

Deborah Crawford, spokesperson. Contacts are Crawford,

.............................................. 760-5241, Vera Rivers, 760-0489, Pearlie Mack, 446-6626

................................................................ or Pamela King at 446-7296.

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.......................................................... First Christian Church, 231 Burleson, will host its

annual free Thanksgiving meal at 12-noon on Thanksgiving

Day, Thursday, Nov. 26, in the church's fellowship hall.

RATES "We will deliver meals but only to persons with a valid telephone number," said John Elbert Fischer, spokesman.

AS LOW AS "There is no reason for anyone to be alone for Thanksgiving

lunch," Fischer said. "Please come to the church

3.9%* fellowship hall and celebrate the holiday with us.

First Christian Church fellowship hall is located at the

corner of Bell and Scarbrough.

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For more information, call the church office at 446-5090

or Fischer at 446-3308.


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