Neighborhood leaders reconnect in first meeting since COVID-19 pandemic

By , Daily Memphian Updated: June 11, 2020 5:19 PM CT | Published: June 11, 2020 5:13 PM CT
<strong>Members of the Pursuit of God Church in partnership with Life Church, Bellevue Baptist and Mid-South Food Bank distributed food baskets on March 20.&nbsp;Since the coronavirus hit Shelby County, Pursuit of God has hosted multiple food drives and is planning another this month, said Pastor Ricky Floyd, who was Thursday&rsquo;s keynote speaker at a Frayser Exchange Club meeting via Zoom.</strong>&nbsp;(Daily Memphian file)

Members of the Pursuit of God Church in partnership with Life Church, Bellevue Baptist and Mid-South Food Bank distributed food baskets on March 20. Since the coronavirus hit Shelby County, Pursuit of God has hosted multiple food drives and is planning another this month, said Pastor Ricky Floyd, who was Thursday’s keynote speaker at a Frayser Exchange Club meeting via Zoom. (Daily Memphian file)

Rice hopes the Frayser Exchange Club resumes in-person meetings in the next month or two at Impact Baptist Church and Ministries on Clifton Avenue. That’s almost entirely dependent on how the pandemic’s status locally.

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Omer Yusuf

Omer Yusuf

Omer Yusuf covers Binghampton, Frayser, North Memphis and Raleigh for The Daily Memphian. Omer previously covered county government. He is also a former reporter at The Jackson Sun and a University of Memphis graduate.


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