Friday, December 6, 2013
Tricounty Family Ministries is bringing some much needed holiday cheer to the homeless, working poor, struggling families and the elderly this season with their annual Christmas Brunch.
This free event serving those in need will be held on Friday, Dec. 20, at 11 a.m. About 1,500 members of the Charleston area’s impoverished community are expected to come enjoy the hot eggs, grits and trimmings at Cherokee Methodist Church on the corner of Rivers Avenue and Cosgrove Avenue in one of North Charleston’s poorer neighborhoods.
This will be a special event as TFM celebrates 30 years of service in the tricounty area.
All children who attend the brunch will reveive a present and families will be given a meat entree for their Christmas dinner, while supplies last. Entertainment will be provided by a visit from Santa and his volunteer elves.
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