Children at the Greenbriar Children's Center began their New Year's celebrations today. The Savannah Gents Civic Club held its annual holiday project. Members prepared lunch and provided kids with tickets to the movies.
The organization says this is a small way of giving back to the community for those who are less fortunate. "Today we're cooking lunch for all the kids of Greenbriar, who didn't have chance to home and be with their family during the holidays," said the group's Mickey Stevens. "We're going to feed them and give them tickets to the movies and try to brighten their holiday."
The Greenbriar Children's Center has been helping abandoned and neglected children for more than 50 years.
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