Feed America First Benefits From Dance

Confehr, Clint
December 2014
Tennessee Tribune;12/18/2014, Vol. 25 Issue 51, p7A
The article offers information on Feed America First, a non-profit organization, which serves as a middle-man between the source of food and food pantries and free meals that served at churches and other charities, and its fundraising effort in Franklin, Tennessee.


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