Prayers and feasts of thanksgiving will be offered up this week as community organizations and churches throughout The T&D celebrate the holiday with love.A Thanksgiving meal will be served at noon Wednesday at Williams Chapel AME Church at 1198 Glover St., Orangeburg. A worship service will precede the medal at 11 a.m.Six churches have come together to make the Thanksgiving Feast and Praise event a reality.
Community organizations and churches throughout The Times and Democrat Region are joining hands to offer up generous helpings of Thanksgiving meals and God’s love for others.Six churches have come together to make the Thanksgiving Feast and Praise event a reality.The feast will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 23, at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. The event is free and open to the public.
Less-fortunate children will have a brighter Christmas this year thanks to a partnership between the Orangeburg County Chamber of Commerce, the Salvation Army and The Times and Democrat.T&D Sales Manager Kyla Fraser said the newspaper has launched a “Very Merry Toy Drive” to help children who would otherwise not receive toys this holiday season. "We live in a market where there's a great need for this kindness.
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