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Chestnut Ridge Church giving 200 meals to families in need

Chestnut Ridge Church is giving away 200 Christmas dinner kits to families in need this holiday season. Over the past few weeks, anyone in need has been invited to reserve a meal kit for their family by completing an online form. Every meal has been reserved.

Each box contains a ham, a 5-pound bag of potatoes, a box of stuffing, two jars of gravy, two cans of corn, two cans of green beans, rolls, butter, cranberry sauce, a pie, whipped cream, peanut butter, jelly and bread. Families will get to prepare the meals at their homes and enjoy dinner together at Christmas.

Families that reserved a Christmas dinner will pick them up between 10 a.m.-noon Saturday at Chestnut Ridge Church.

Pick up will be drive-thru style, and recipients will remain in their vehicles as volunteers place the boxes inside the vehicles.

More information on the Christmas dinner giveaway can be found at

Chestnut Ridge Church is a nondenominational religious center located on Cheat Road in Morgantown. The church was established in 1987, however, the inaugural service in its Cheat Lake location was held in November 2006. The Ridge has hundreds of visitors each weekend and an online audience in multiple states across the country.

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