The Freedom House Superfeast

Volunteers serve the community a Thanksgiving meal Nov. 28, 2019, at The Freedom House’s Superfeast in Riverplace at Freeport Municipal Park. This year’s free holiday meal will move outdoors to comply with coronavirus protocols.

FREEPORT — The Freedom House church is used to feeding more than 1,000 people on Thanksgiving. That was before COVID-19 created an even greater need in the community.

“We’re really excited for this year,” Freedom House Associate Pastor Kevin Clark said. “I feel like with coronavirus, people can use it this year.”

Maddy McCarty is assistant managing editor for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0151.

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