Free meals to be offered starting in February

From Staff Reports
religion@newnan.com
The Perpetual Community Resource Centre at 12 Savannah Street south of downtown Newnan will be serving free dinners at its soup kitchen every Saturday, beginning in February.
Alfreda W. Barrow, volunteer coordinator for PCRC, said dinner “will be served from 4-6 p.m.” or “until all the food is gone.”
PCRC has already provided food and other needs to community residents on a periodic basis.

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