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CTK graduates recognized

Christ the King Church in Sharpsburg recently recognized its high school graduates during a morning worship service. Leta Dickinson (left) graduated from high school as a home school student. She is the daughter of Paul and Susanne Dickinson of Sharpsburg. Tori Epps graduated, with high honors, from East Coweta High School and is attending the University of West Georgia in the fall. She is the daughter of Jason and Jessica Epps of Senoia. Both graduates were presented with a leather-bound edition of the Book of Common Prayer. Photo/Special.

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