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An evening out ...

The NTO group at The Cathedral of Christ the King, Sharpsburg, (NTO stands for “not too old”) for those 60 and up, enjoyed a recent night out with several participating. The group shared a meal at a Fayetteville restaurant. The group frequently gathers for fellowship and activities. Attending were (L-R) Teresa Handley, Dr Cindy Epps, Bishop David Epps, all of Sharpsburg; William Handley of Peachtree City, Don and Lois Caputo of Senoia, Ed and Moneen Behlke of Fayetteville, Nancy Handley, Canon Paul Massey, Dr. Judy Massey of Peachtree City, and Lee Handley of Sharpsburg. Also attending but not pictured was Karen Hennessy of Senoia. Photo/Special.

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