Members of the Feeding Families program are shown above. The Feeding Families program will have their August Family Day on Saturday, August 26. | Special to the Enquirer.

Feeding Families program hosting August Family Day

Lauren Estes-Velez

Hartselle Enquirer

The Hartselle Feeding Families Program will have a Family Fun Day Festival at Mt. Tabor Church on Sat., Aug. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

According to Pastor E’dee Grun, this event is a fun day for all low-income families, where everything is free.

“Feeding Families Program has an open food pantry every Monday, where we hand out food for over 200 people from not only Morgan county, but we also help families from Madison, Limestone, Lawrence, Cullman, and Marshall counties as well,” Grun said. “Once a month we do a family day, but August Family Day is bigger than most, where we will focus on the kids! We will have free haircuts for anyone who wants it, live music, inflatables, game booths, free ice cream bar, sno-cones, popcorn, cupcakes, cotton candy and more.”

Grun said the goal with the family fun day is to provide a day of fun, where the parents don’t have to stress about what it costs to take the kids to do something fun.

“In return, the kids don’t stress about how hard it is for mom or dad to take them out for a family day,” Grun said. “We will also be doing a food drive to collect food to stock our Food Pantry! We expect at least 300+ people to attend this event.”

It will be held at Mt Tabor Non-Denominational Church located at 373 Mt Tabor Road in Hartselle.

For more information, visit the organization’s website at feedingfamiliesal.com.

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