Guilford feeds hundreds
More than 100 people volunteered to prepare and serve food, shop for food, park cars, decorate, serve drinks and clean the cafeteria and gym.
Donations were given by Reston Bible, Sterling Methodist Church, Park View High School, Oak Grove Baptist Church, Delta Theta Sigma Sorority and more.
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