MUST Ministries host MLK meal
by Noreen Cochran
January 19, 2013 01:07 AM | 2578 views | 1 1 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Michael Armistad of Cumming, representing the United States Coast Guard, Rev. Cheryl Graves of Emmanuel Tabernacle Christian Church in Marietta, and Lynnwood Sterling of Acworth, working with the Omega Psi Phi Marietta Alumni Association, serve food together at MUST Ministries. <br>Emily Barnes
Michael Armistad of Cumming, representing the United States Coast Guard, Rev. Cheryl Graves of Emmanuel Tabernacle Christian Church in Marietta, and Lynnwood Sterling of Acworth, working with the Omega Psi Phi Marietta Alumni Association, serve food together at MUST Ministries.
Emily Barnes
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 David Jones of Marietta, president of the Marietta Alumni Association of Omega Psi Phi, clears tables.
David Jones of Marietta, president of the Marietta Alumni Association of Omega Psi Phi, clears tables.
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Glenn Burke of Kennesaw and other association members help with food service.
Glenn Burke of Kennesaw and other association members help with food service.
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MUST Ministries’ Elizabeth Inn homeless shelter yesterday hosted a day of service in its Loaves and Fishes Community Kitchen to kick off a weekend of Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday celebrations and community service.

The event was organized by the Cobb County branch of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, a national organization cofounded by Dr. King.

Volunteers from groups like the SCLC, the U.S. Coast Guard, Emmanuel Tabernacle Christian Church and Omega Psi Phi fraternity served a lunch of baked chicken, side dishes and dessert to 100 of the shelter’s consumers.

The meals were among the 82,000 the shelter serves annually.
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Myesha Davis
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January 19, 2013
It is always great to see the good things going on in our community. The Chi Gamma Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. is always giving back. Keep on blessing those in need my brothers.
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