HARRISTOWN NEWS: SAMA collects food
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The Albemarle SAMA Food Bank is currently holding a food drive to help relieve hunger in 2021. There are many families in distress and in need of help. The association is accepting canned and non-perishable items and cash donations. Collected items can be brought to Resurrection Community Church, 1325 E. Main St., Albemarle, on Jan. 16 and Jan. 23.
Join St. Luke Church on Facebook Live or conference call each Sunday at 11 a.m. The conference number is 305-848-8888, code 333#. The same conference number can be used on Wednesday nights at 7 for Bible study. The guest facilitator is Overseer Brown of Freehold, New Jersey.
Angel Pirrung, Thomas Christian, Johanna Hinson, Anita Terry, Mae Teal, Jesse Harris, Keisha Davis.
The community extends heartfelt sympathy to the family of Victoria Harris Edwards.
Marguerite Pankey, Dora Watkins, Henry Harris, WaLillian Tyson, Eula Lewis, Robert Watkins, Mary Williams, Libby Hall, Gregory Blanding, Melvin Watkins, John Westbrook.
Johnnie Harris writes the Harristown News. It is printed every other week. To submit items, call 704-422-3570, mail to P.O. Box 151, Badin, NC 28009, or bring to 40199 Wildcat Trail and place in the dropbox.