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COS will hold March 17 events at new property on Palmetto Rd.

Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church announces special events on March 17 at its new site at 411 Palmetto Road.

Outdoor worship will begin the day at 10 a.m. After worship Easter Egg Hunts will be offered for children in three age categories.

While separate areas will be marked off for each age, only one group will hunt at a time; the other two groups will participate in craft activities, including making palms for Palm Sunday.

A pot luck lunch will conclude the morning’s schedule.

All are invited, and volunteers would be appreciated. Middle school and high school-age youth will hide eggs and assist with all activities. For information contact Candace Robichaux, director of children and family ministries, at children@coslutheran.org.

The weekend worship schedule at the Peachtree Parkway campus will be unaffected: services are at 7 p.m. Saturday, 8:30, 10:50 and 11 a.m. Sunday. However, Sunday School will not meet on March 17.

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