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Attended LDS conference

Over 30 young single adults from the Fayetteville Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints spent last weekend in Atlanta where they participated in a historic conference, involving thousands of young people ages 18 to 31 from 10 different states. The conference theme, taken from Ephesians 2:19 in the New Testament, was “No More Strangers” and involved workshops on planning future careers and families, sharing beliefs with friends, and using social media for positive means.

Shown above (L-R), all from the Fayette area, areTiffany Cottle, Phillip Trusty, Elicia Bentley, and Ryan Trusty. Photo/Special.

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