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Thanksgiving baskets donated

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Youth Ministry prepared 10 Thanksgiving baskets for The Real Life Center in Peachtree City. Each basket was designated for a specific family. Gift cards were included so each family could purchase perishable food items. The St. Andrew’s Sunday School children made Thanksgiving wreaths for each basket. Shown (L-R) are Brooke Bridges, Julie Bedson, Susan Hudson, youth adviser (rear), Josh Bedson, Aidan Coleman, and Josh Hughes. The next project will be organizing the children’s gifts donated by the congregation for Emmaus House in Atlanta. Photo/Special.


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