Community dinner serves up goodwill

DOVER – Organizers of the  NAACP of Central Delaware’s first Community, Family and Fellowship Dinner weren’t sure how many people would show up for Monday evening’s dinner but there was plenty of food and about 50 volunteers. The pre-Thanksgiving meal was held at Holy Trinity Church, on Division Street. Last week, the NAACP of Central Delaware said it partnered with the Dover Police Department and the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance “in an effort to continue our mission of creating an atmosphere of brotherly love throughout our city.” NAACP Central Delaware President La Mar Gunn said he wanted people to come out and have a good time.




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