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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The 24th annual Greek Food Festival continues this Friday in Montgomery.

The festival is being held at the Greek Orthodox Church on Mount Meigs Road. The church will be serving up lunch, dinner and even dessert.

"The food and the pastries keep it going, and it being an annual event in central Alabama, it's the only one, and the food is continuing to flow, along with the pastries," Geroge Stathopoulos the chairman of the Greek Food Festival. "We're moving the liens fast, so we're ready to serve and it lasts for the next three days, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday."

You can get your Greek Dinner drive-thru style, or you can sit down and eat at the church.
It's happening through Saturday May 17, beginning each day at 11 a-a.m. and lasting until 8 p.m.

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