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Hopewell will deliver gifts, collect donations, kick off new programs

Hopewell UMC members annually collect gifts for needy children in the area. Help is needed to deliver the gifts this Saturday, Dec. 21. Those willing to help deliver gifts can see Tom Wilson or contact the church office, 770-306-7537. The group will meet at the church approximately 8:30 a.m. to load up vehicles. Volunteers should be completed by 11 a.m.

This Sunday, Dec. 22, is “Can Do Sunday.” Everyone is encouraged to bring canned goods or other non-perishable foods, paper and cleaning supplies, toiletries, and diapers to church to help fill up the Fayette Samaritan’s Bin. Also needed, is slightly used seasonal clothing, new socks and underwear for adults and children.

A new Wednesday Evening Program for children and youth will start in January 2014.

Karen Hoyt and Steven Simon say,“We invite all children, youth and parents to our awesome new Wednesday Evening Program which we will be kicking off on Wednesday Jan. 22, 2014. More surprises and fun are to come! Keep in touch via the Hopewell Facebook for more details.”

Hopewell is on Jenkins Rd, in Tyrone, across from Sandy Creek High School. For more information on programs or activities, call the church office, 770-306-7537.


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