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Rolling Hills youth group returns from Nashville mission

The youth group from Rolling Hills Baptist Church recently returned from “Mission-Fuge” in Nashville, Tenn. M-FUGE is a program that embeds groups of youth and adult chaperones into ministry with local communities to serve people in need. The Rolling Hills youth served in a number of different areas to include tutoring kids in math and English, working with World Relief Organization to help refugee children from Burma, leading games and recreation at a children’s day camp, and helping remodel a basketball court for the community.

Rolling Hills worships at the NCG Cinemas at Fischer Crossings in Sharpsburg. For more information on Rolling Hills, visit http://WheresTheSteeple.org.

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