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3 Day Sign Up For Spartanburg's Feed The Community Meals

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"Feed The Community" is in its 26th year in Spartanburg, delivering a homemade turkey dinner to those in need. "Feed The Community" is in its 26th year in Spartanburg, delivering a homemade turkey dinner to those in need.
SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. -

Upstate volunteers are aiming to serve 10,000 meals on Thanksgiving. "Feed The Community" is in its 26th year in Spartanburg, delivering a homemade turkey dinner to those in need.

To reserve a meal, call 699-4452 between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. from Nov. 20 to 22, or meals can be reserved on the website.

Organizers are trying to raise $28,500 to make the project happen. It also requires hundreds of volunteers to serve and deliver the meals. You can call 699-4450 if you're interested in helping.  Volunteers can also visit the group's website.

If you can donate money, mail checks or money orders to the S.C. Christian Foundation at P.O. Box 2397, Spartanburg, S.C. 29304. You can also call 949-5800 for more information.



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