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Seeds for needy countries

The children’s department from Lisbon Baptist Church participated in Seed Sprout at Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta in October. The children packed vegetable seed packets to send to Liberia and Malawi in Africa. The needy recipients in those African countries will be able to plant vegetable gardens to feed their families and sell the surplus vegetables to earn money to purchase other items that the family needs. Seed Sprout is sponsored by G.A.I.N., Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition. Photo/Special.


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