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Chattanooga mission

Middle school youth at Word of God Lutheran Church in Peachtree City spent 5 days in Chattanooga, Tenn., this summer working on a mission trip. While there they worked with food banks, nursing homes, local churches, and children’s centers. In the evenings they were able to tour cultural venues in Chattanooga such as Rock City and the Downtown River Park. Shown at Rock City are (L-R) Anna Prather, Matthew Drury, Caitlyn Switzer, Will Resler, Danny Bell, Abby Helvig, Lindsey Poff, Melissa Resler, John Fraser, Will Doil, and Jack Drury. Photo/Special.

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