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The Salvation Army continues to feed Acadiana after Delta

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Posted at 12:39 PM, Oct 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-14 18:03:50-04

LAFAYETTE — Salvation Army Mobile Feeding Units are continuing to provide meals, snacks and drinks to the hardest hit areas of Acadiana.

According to officials, personnel are also on hand to provide Emotional and Spiritual care as needed. "This can simply involve a listening ear, a word of prayer or encouragement," they say.

Over 8,300 meals have been served, as well as 4,700 drinks and snacks.

Feeding Units rove as area's needs are made known. The Salvation Army says they have served in communities such as Welsh, Lake Arthur, Cankton, New Iberia, Opelousas, Melville, Erath, Morse, and Washington, LA.

For current Information as to where The Salvation Army is serving, please call 211.

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