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Good Samaritans

Members of the St. Andrew’s In The Pines Episcopal Church community outreach committee are shown preparing to deliver the third van full of food items to Fayette Samaritans. The response from the congregation was so overwhelming it necessitated three separate deliveries during September. St. Andrew’s youth group made an extra run to Kroger after church on Sunday to add another delivery. Shown left to right are Walt Piraino, Maria Elliott (rear) Starr Byrne and Arlene Sharpe. Photo/Honey Corbin.

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