Downtown landmark hosts a free meal for all to come enjoy

Thanksgiving is the time to share and be grateful for the abundance that the world bestows upon us, and Remix at Moore’s is no stranger to that feeling today as they opened up their doors to any and all who wanted to enjoy a meal with company, or just take home a plate.

The free Thanksgiving meal continues until 2 p.m. in downtown Cedartown, and with the help of members of local Girl Scout Troop 13399 are serving up meats, sides and desserts to anyone who wishes to come join the fun.

Donations made the Thanksgiving meal possible, per Remix at Moore’s owner Lindsey Hutcheson King.

Remix at Moore’s plans to continue serving until the food runs out, per King.

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