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Asheville church group creates care packages for those in need

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    ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) — Volunteers from Biltmore Church delivered packages to more than 1,000 kids in the area Sunday.

Each package had items like winter coats, boots, clothing, and even a scooter and helmet.

About 1,500 folks make it happen through Biltmore’s Serve 828 initiative.

“We’ve been doing a series for about 6 weeks here at our church about loving your neighbor,” says Biltmore Church Missions Pastor Christian Cooper, “This is really the finale, the exclamation point for our people.”

Church staff says the care packages are funded by donations from members of the congregation and a partnership with Walmart.

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