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Soup Sunday set at Colington United Methodist Church

The community is invited to join Colington United Methodist Church for a free soup luncheon. The lunch event is planned for Sunday, November 22 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the church, located at 1949 Colington Road.

Hot soup will be served to take the chill off a fall afternoon. Chicken noodle, beef vegetable and vegetarian (veggie) soups will be available.

Proper social spacing will be observed for serving and dining. Face masks are required.

“So join us for some hot comfort food and companionship. See you there,” invited organizers.

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