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Good for you: Harmony United Methodist children in Troup County buy snacks for Texas mission

Students at Vacation Bible School for Harmony United Methodist Church the week of July 13 sit with snacks bought from money they earned. The snacks will be sent to Gano Street Mission in Houston, Texas, in care of Serena Spence, great niece of pastor Dr. McCook. Students were learning about missions with the Bible school theme ‘Making Change Anchored in Christ.’ From left are, front row, Colt and Adain Partain; middle row, Madison Bilbo, Sara Partain and D.W. Ward; back row, Cody and Dawson Partain, Molly Weatherford and Ashlynn Craft. Not pictured are Brighten Mezick; Decklan Adams; Zoe, Kaylie and Megan Rider; and Kilea Craft.

http://lagrangenews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/08/web1_0811HarmonyGFY.jpgStudents at Vacation Bible School for Harmony United Methodist Church the week of July 13 sit with snacks bought from money they earned. The snacks will be sent to Gano Street Mission in Houston, Texas, in care of Serena Spence, great niece of pastor Dr. McCook. Students were learning about missions with the Bible school theme ‘Making Change Anchored in Christ.’ From left are, front row, Colt and Adain Partain; middle row, Madison Bilbo, Sara Partain and D.W. Ward; back row, Cody and Dawson Partain, Molly Weatherford and Ashlynn Craft. Not pictured are Brighten Mezick; Decklan Adams; Zoe, Kaylie and Megan Rider; and Kilea Craft.

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Students at Vacation Bible School for Harmony United Methodist Church the week of July 13 sit with snacks bought from money they earned. The snacks will be sent to Gano Street Mission in Houston, Texas, in care of Serena Spence, great niece of pastor Dr. McCook. Students were learning about missions with the Bible school theme ‘Making Change Anchored in Christ.’ From left are, front row, Colt and Adain Partain; middle row, Madison Bilbo, Sara Partain and D.W. Ward; back row, Cody and Dawson Partain, Molly Weatherford and Ashlynn Craft. Not pictured are Brighten Mezick; Decklan Adams; Zoe, Kaylie and Megan Rider; and Kilea Craft.

http://lagrangenews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/08/web1_WEB0811HarmonyGFY.jpgStudents at Vacation Bible School for Harmony United Methodist Church the week of July 13 sit with snacks bought from money they earned. The snacks will be sent to Gano Street Mission in Houston, Texas, in care of Serena Spence, great niece of pastor Dr. McCook. Students were learning about missions with the Bible school theme ‘Making Change Anchored in Christ.’ From left are, front row, Colt and Adain Partain; middle row, Madison Bilbo, Sara Partain and D.W. Ward; back row, Cody and Dawson Partain, Molly Weatherford and Ashlynn Craft. Not pictured are Brighten Mezick; Decklan Adams; Zoe, Kaylie and Megan Rider; and Kilea Craft.

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Students at Vacation Bible School for Harmony United Methodist Church the week of July 13 sit with snacks bought from money they earned. The snacks will be sent to Gano Street Mission in Houston, Texas, in care of Serena Spence, great niece of pastor Dr. McCook. Students were learning about missions with the Bible school theme ‘Making Change Anchored in Christ.’ From left are, front row, Colt and Adain Partain; middle row, Madison Bilbo, Sara Partain and D.W. Ward; back row, Cody and Dawson Partain, Molly Weatherford and Ashlynn Craft. Not pictured are Brighten Mezick; Decklan Adams; Zoe, Kaylie and Megan Rider; and Kilea Craft.

Students at Vacation Bible School for Harmony United Methodist Church the week of July 13 sit with snacks bought from money they earned. The snacks will be sent to Gano Street Mission in Houston, Texas, in care of Serena Spence, great niece of pastor Dr. McCook. Students were learning about missions with the Bible school theme ‘Making Change Anchored in Christ.’ From left are, front row, Colt and Adain Partain; middle row, Madison Bilbo, Sara Partain and D.W. Ward; back row, Cody and Dawson Partain, Molly Weatherford and Ashlynn Craft. Not pictured are Brighten Mezick; Decklan Adams; Zoe, Kaylie and Megan Rider; and Kilea Craft.

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