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Lebanon Rescue Mission, which provides shelter, clinical services, and other support to those in need, has announced its schedule of Sunday Suppers through the end of April.

The Sunday Supper program is available to anyone in need of a hot meal. Except for Feb. 12 and April 9, a free meal will be provided each Sunday through April 30 from 5 to 5:30 p.m. at the mission’s main campus at 1223 Bittner Blvd., Lebanon.

The meals are take-out only in line with the organization’s social distancing procedures. There will be no meal on Feb. 12, and on April 9, Easter Sunday, the meal will instead be available from noon to 1 p.m.

The full list of dates is provided on the mission’s website.

To learn more about the organization’s mission and services, or to support its programs, visit their website, their Facebook page, or call at 717 273-2301.

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