Edmundite Missions Now Serving Dinner at Bosco Food Center in Selma


By George McDonald

From the West Alabama Newsroom--  An organization in Selma operated by the Roman Catholic Church is expanding its effort to feed people in need in West Alabama.

The Edmundite Missions have added a second meal to their daily feeding ministry at the Bosco Food Center.
The food center has served more than 1.5 million hot lunch meals to feed people in need since 1983.
Now, a dinner meal has been added to the center's daily feeding program.

"It's much needed. It's a lot of people that are hungry and they need to eat, and as Catholics, its important for us to reach out to those that are less fortunate," said Bradford Perry with the Edmundite Missions.

Perry says the evening meal represents about a $750,000 dollar investment in the community.

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