Area restaurant offers free meal on Easter
When times are tough, it oftentimes brings out the best in people. Cracklin' Jakes owners and Fulton County residents Bud and Alice Grieves want to recognize families who are hurting in these tough economic times.
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#1 Mar 28, 2009
What a great gesture. Bud & Alice sound like wonderful people. It's nice to see someone do something nice for those who are less fortunate or have nowhere else to go. These are the type of people and restaraunt everyone should support.
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