Pastor Hannah’s congregation raised more than ,000 to buy the food truck and paid hundreds of dollars in extra fees for food, volunteer training and legal fees. FULL STORY: https://abc7chicago.com/religion/church-says-they-paid-more-than-k-for-food-truck-they-never-received-/6339327/
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