CAN-DO ATTITUDE

CAN-DO ATTITUDE
CAN-DO ATTITUDE
 Thomas Skiba of Union City worked Monday evening at Union City First Baptist Church’s family life center to sort canned goods which will be distributed to local food pantries as part of today’s Community Feeding of the 5,000 in Union City and across Obion County. Skiba, a member of the host church, and several other volunteers worked all day and into the evening to sort cans of food collected by students at Union City’s three schools. The collected food will be divided among Helping Hand Ministry and Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church’s feeding program, both in Union City; Reelfoot Rural Ministries in rural Obion County; We Care Ministries in Martin; and Northwest Tennessee Disaster Services. The 13th annual Community Feeding of the 5,000 — a communitywide Thanksgiving meal based on the biblical account of Jesus’ feeding a multitude — kicked off early today and was to be served free of charge to anyone in the community who would benefit from a homecooked meal and fellowship. Serving was to continue until 4 p.m. today at Union City First Baptist Church’s family life center and at several satellite locations around Union City and Obion County. Food was donated and prepared by volunteers throughout the community, including those from several churches, schools, civic organizations and businesses.

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