FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - Fort Wayne families get to celebrate Christmas more than once this year.
King's Community Outreach, a local community organization, presented its 7th annual Christmas Festival at Bethlehem Lutheran Church.
The holiday festival boasted gifts and games galore, catering to all ages.
The festival topped off a two-day giving spree where King's Community Outreach Director, Pastor Lewis A. King and partner groups (Ten Point Coalition, Northeast Indiana Neighborhood Engagement, Boys and Girls Club Fort Wayne), organized full course meals for families in need.
King's wife, Joy King, says, "it's so pleasant to have others believe in the dream of giving back to the community."
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