The Sixth Interfaith Luncheon was hosted in Peachtree City on Aug. 27 by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a thank you to all those who contributed to the Smart Lunch Smart Kid summer lunch program this past summer.
Approximately 120 guests attended the luncheon, including Methodists, Muslims, Latter-day Saints, Presbyterians, Lutherans, Baptists, Jews, and Catholics.
Through this program, which is a ministry of Action Ministries in Atlanta, groups can sign up to provide lunches to children who have been on the free/reduced lunch program during the school year. An average of 550-600 lunches were made and delivered each day to Fayette County residents primarily, with the exception of one mobile home park just across the county line in Fulton County.
For more about the program, contact Cindy Hall at CHALL@actionministries.net.