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Soup Kitchen On Friday December sixth two thousand and two for my sociology class project myself and a few of my classmates volunteered to help out at the soup kitchen in downtown Valdosta Georgia Tedrick and myself left my office around ten thirty in the morning to begin our voyage to the soup kitchen On our way to the soup kitchen we were feeling a little anxious not knowing what to expect As we pulled into what seemed to be a parking lot I got pretty nervous The parking lot was covered in gravel and dirt and it led up to the beat up screen door and to the side of the entrance there was a worn out sign that said Soup Kitchen There were about three or four men standing outside on the porch of the Soup Kitchen We said hello to the gentlemen and we were very friendly They smiled and in return they were friendly back and returned our greeting As we entered the Soup Kitchen door there was a gentleman in a green sweater and green tossel cap His pants were stained and hung below his feet so he walked on them with his shoes As you enter the front door of the Soup Kitchen you enter into the dining area of the facility There are I believe five rows of three tables and each table has about six chairs They are the hard plastic chairs Anyway the gentleman in the green sweater and green tossel cap seemed like he was pretty excited to see us as we walked through the door He immediately told us to come in and go into the back where the kitchen was to wash our hands We walked back into the kitchen and there about five ladies or so greeted us They were all preparing to get something to eat When we were through with washing our hands
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