Welcoming the neighborhood
Abundant Life Worship Center hosts first community day
ELKTON — At first glance, Abundant Life Worship Center’s Community Day on Saturday seemed like your typical street fair with inflatables, snow cones and face painting.
However, the congregation of the church on Booth Street in Elkton aimed to make their first Community Day so much more. And they did, according to the church’s pas- tor, The Rev. Solomon Harris.
“Our goal was to show love to the community,” Harris said. “And to provide any help we can to bring the community together.”
Although the free food, games, activities and refreshments were certainly appreciated, the event also provided access to essential services including Upper Bay Counseling and Support Services, Union Hospital and the Cecil County Health Department.
“We wanted to provide health screenings,” Harris said.
There were also tables lad-
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Free snow cones on a sunny afternoon were part of Community Day hosted by Abundant Life Worship Center in Elkton Saturday.