Service center’s ‘Honk and Holler’ delivers food to hotel residents

Seven volunteers and an Emergency Disaster Services rapid response truck set out from The Salvation Army Service Center in Newnan, Georgia, on a hot summer day, July 14, to deliver dinner and food bags to about 50 residents at the Stay Lodge, an extended-stay hotel. “A former director started what we call the ‘Honk and Holler’ program” to provide food to people in need, said Heather Creech, Newnan Service Center director. The Stay Lodge “is very close to us, and we go there regularly.”

“Sometimes we have partners and corporate sponsors provide…

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