BETHLEHEM, Pa. - A group of people got together to support a church soup kitchen and honor Martin Luther King Jr.
An MLK charity brunch was held Sunday at Trinity Episcopal Church in Bethlehem.
There was a presentation by two sisters, Oceola and Gladys Bragg. The two wrote a book about their mother's transformation from a Tennessee farm girl to a New York City caterer.
The food in the buffet was made from recipes from the Braggs' book.
The brunch also raised money for the church's soup kitchen and educational program.
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