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Honoring community volunteers

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints recently held a luncheon, “A Summer made Sweeter by Service,” to honor and thank the many volunteers who worked in the 2013 summer lunch program. Representatives from the following churches attended: Holy Trinity Catholic, St. Gabriel’s Catholic, St. Matthew’s Catholic, Christ our Shepherd Lutheran, Fayetteville First United Methodist, Peachtree City First Presbyterian, and the Islamic Community Center. Photo/Special.

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