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TownHall continues it's "Feed the Need" program amid COVID-19, delivering meals to thousands of Northeast Ohioans

This year, the event will look different due to COVID-19 safety protocols.

CLEVELAND — Editor's note: the video in the player above is from a story published on November 22, 2020.

TownHall is back this year and ready to "Feed the Need." 

After an incredibly successful event in 2019 that featured members from various sports teams and media outlets of Cleveland, the restaurant will crackdown this year on protocols due to the Coronavirus pandemic. This year's event will take place via delivery only. 

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On Tuesday, TownHall will hold it's eighth-annual "Feed the Need" event to supply Northeast Ohioans with Thanksgiving meals. The program aims to hand out food to as many as 2,500 families in need.

This year, TownHall Founder and Owner Bobby George also teamed up with Baker and Emily Mayfield to fund and prepare meals for delivery seven-days-a-week. The concept came to the team back in March following the shutdown of meal service at St. Augustine's Hunger Center in Cleveland. 

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