Volunteers applaud Mary Brown  before they serve a Christmas dinner to the homeless and hungry Thursday at City Market in Raleigh. This was the fifth year Brown has organized such a Christmas meal. “So many good people came out,” Brown said.
Volunteers applaud Mary Brown before they serve a Christmas dinner to the homeless and hungry Thursday at City Market in Raleigh. This was the fifth year Brown has organized such a Christmas meal. “So many good people came out,” Brown said. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Volunteers applaud Mary Brown before they serve a Christmas dinner to the homeless and hungry Thursday at City Market in Raleigh. This was the fifth year Brown has organized such a Christmas meal. “So many good people came out,” Brown said. cliddy@newsobserver.com

Free Christmas meal at City Market feeds the hungry

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