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Dr. Phil Aaron, Dennis Loy at Victory Church March 6, 2011

By Trudy Crabb
News from Victory Community Church about Trust for Life

Victory Community Church, 107 Reed ST, Columbia,KY will host an informational meeting on Sunday, March 6, 2011, at our evening service at 6:30pmCT.

Bro. Bill Henson and the congregation invite you to come and hear Dr. Phil Aaron and Circuit Court Clerk, Dennis Loy, explain the donor program and get all of your questions and or concerns answered.

Also there will be both donors, recipients, and some awaiting organs, at the event to give first hand knowledge of what is involved.

We feel this is a very important program and that educating yourself is the most important step you can take to make your decision to become a donor. -Trudy Crabb



This story was posted on 2011-03-01 08:18:52
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