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Bristol church's soup giveaway is a huge hit

Posted 5/22/20

The First Congregational Church in Bristol took 300 cases of donated Blount Fine Foods soups and distributed them to families in need during a two-and-a-half-hour stretch on Tuesday.

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Bristol church's soup giveaway is a huge hit

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The First Congregational Church in Bristol took 300 cases of donated Blount Fine Foods soups and distributed them to families in need during a two-and-a-half-hour stretch on Tuesday.

They are planning more soup giveaways, with the next scheduled for Tuesday, June 2. It will take place from 12 to 2 p.m.

Said the Rev. Burton Bagby-Grose, senior pastor of the church, “We are grateful to Blount Fine Foods for their generosity!”

 

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