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Recognized for service

Donna Turner of Sharpsburg, outgoing director of the Women of Christ the King, was recently recognized for her ministry of leadership among the women of the church. In addition to serving as director, Turner has also been active in teaching Bible studies to the women of the church. She will remain an active member of the Women’s Council. She is also an active licensed liturgical minister. A presentation of a bouquet of flowers was made by Bishop David Epps, pastor of the Cathedral of Christ the King. Photo/Special.

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