Saint Paul AME Church holds grocery giveaway

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — With the pandemic causing layoffs across Middle Georgia, Saint Paul AME Church provided relief for some residents.

The church gave away groceries on Tuesday to continue making a difference in the community.

Dr. Kevin T. Moore — the pastor — says Saint Paul met the needs of more than 50 families that attended.

“One thing we’re realizing is that we can’t do it by yourself. Churches are in a place now where we have to partner with other people,” Moore said. “And so will partner with Farm to families which is a program that we’re doing and they’re actually helping us to be a resource for our community.”

The food giveaway happened from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the church. The food boxes included fresh meat, vegetables, and milk.

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Rashaad Vann comes to Georgia from Detroit, Michigan. He most recently worked as a Regional News Reporter and Sports Anchor for News Channel Nebraska in Norfolk, Nebraska. While in college, he interned at WSFA-TV and WVAS-FM in Montgomery. While growing up, he was always involved in sports such as football, swimming, track and cross country. After high school, he studied and graduated from Alabama State University with a degree in communications. Rashaad loves to travel because it offers an opportunity to learn and connect with different people. He’s a member and is involved in several different social and community service organizations that give back to the community locally and nationwide.