Community Diner still seeking new home in county

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Lucy Dembek, president of the Community Diner, brings out a pan of green beans to be served during a free Thanskgiving meal at the Seymour Community Center Monday. The meal was donated, cooked and served by Jay C Food Stores for the diner's free monthly meal.

Community Diner continues to widen its support base but remains in need of a more permanent building to serve meals to the needy on a daily basis.

The nonprofit group now serves a monthly meal out of Seymour Community Center at 107 S. Chestnut St. It started up in March 2012 and it now serves an average of 50 people every third Monday of the month.

Eleven area churches in Seymour recently made a commitment to support the diner financially and to help with serving meals. But more help and donations are needed.

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