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  • Scenes from Sunday Supper on Fayetteville Street

    Nearly 1,000 people attended Sunday Supper on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh Sunday to help Hurricane Matthew flood survivors. The proceeds from the 1,000 tickets, which sold out in four days, will go to the North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund for Hurricane Matthew to help defray the estimated $1.5 billion in damage in Eastern North Carolina.

Nearly 1,000 people attended Sunday Supper on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh Sunday to help Hurricane Matthew flood survivors. The proceeds from the 1,000 tickets, which sold out in four days, will go to the North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund for Hurricane Matthew to help defray the estimated $1.5 billion in damage in Eastern North Carolina. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Nearly 1,000 people attended Sunday Supper on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh Sunday to help Hurricane Matthew flood survivors. The proceeds from the 1,000 tickets, which sold out in four days, will go to the North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund for Hurricane Matthew to help defray the estimated $1.5 billion in damage in Eastern North Carolina. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

On Raleigh’s blocks-long ‘Sunday Supper’ table, a big dish of help for Hurricane Matthew victims

November 14, 2016 5:44 PM