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Hurricane Irma has abruptly and inconveniently relocated many families from Florida to right here in Mobile and Baldwin counties. A local church is reaching out to those evacuees, offering a free meal and game night to anyone displaced by the storm.

Church leaders are hoping the event can help ease their situation. It's happening tonight at the student center at Redemption Church in Saraland. Campus pastor Brad Hobbs stopped by our studio with the details.

Monday, September 11

Redemption Church Student Center

1251 Industrial Pkwy., Saraland

5:30pm - 7:30pm

Free food, games, inflatables

251-679-3266

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