Hundreds in New Britain to Benefit from Church-Sponsored Thanksgiving Day Meals 

Caption:(from left to right): New Britain Police Chief Matthew Marino, Gervais Barger, who heads The Black Ministerial Alliance; and Deputy Police Chief Adam Rembisz in a room in the city Police Department where Thanksgiving Day food items are kept (CT Examiner)


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NEW BRITAIN – For Gervais Barger, the fourth annual Thanksgiving Day meal drive is a labor of love.

Barger, head of the New Britain Ministerial Alliance and pastor at Peace Missionary Ministries, ...

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Robert Storace

Robert Storace is a veteran reporter with stints at New Britain Herald, the New Haven Register, the Connecticut Post, Hartford Business Journal and the Connecticut Law Tribune. Storace covers the State Capitol for CT Examiner. T: 203 437 5950