Christopher Kizer, right, is a minister at Chalk Level CME Church in Fuquay-Varina who decided to organize the All In Community Cookout. He asked Fuquay-Varina Police Chief Laura Fahnestock if she and her department would like to attend to build relationships with area youth.
Christopher Kizer, right, is a minister at Chalk Level CME Church in Fuquay-Varina who decided to organize the All In Community Cookout. He asked Fuquay-Varina Police Chief Laura Fahnestock if she and her department would like to attend to build relationships with area youth. CONTRIBUTED
Christopher Kizer, right, is a minister at Chalk Level CME Church in Fuquay-Varina who decided to organize the All In Community Cookout. He asked Fuquay-Varina Police Chief Laura Fahnestock if she and her department would like to attend to build relationships with area youth. CONTRIBUTED

Fuquay-Varina cookout seeks to connect community, police

August 10, 2016 08:00 AM

UPDATED August 10, 2016 12:12 PM

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