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  • Charlotte Rescue Mission feeds over 1,000

    The Charlotte Rescue Mission planned to serve over 1,000 meals on Christmas Day to anyone in need of a special holiday outing. Volunteers arrived early dressed in white shirts with black pants and tuxedo black bow ties ready to serve those in need.

Charlotte Rescue Mission feeds over 1,000

The Charlotte Rescue Mission planned to serve over 1,000 meals on Christmas Day to anyone in need of a special holiday outing. Volunteers arrived early dressed in white shirts with black pants and tuxedo black bow ties ready to serve those in need.
Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com