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Victory Community Church send a Big Thank You to All

Group including Robert Flowers, Dr. Phil Aaron and Dennis Loy, Linda Cox, Diedra Bridgewater, Lee Ann Collins, Mary Keltner and Terri Lyon speak Trust for Life Group at church

By Trudy Crabb
News from Victory Community Church

Victory Community Church 107 Reed ST, Columbia, KY. Bro. Bill Henson and the congregation, wishes to thank all who attended the informational meeting, for the Organ Donation Program, Sunday night, March 6, 2011.

We found it to be very helpful and are proud that our church family supports and encourages this endeavor. We would like to see other churches get behind this organiztion and schedule an informational meeting. They would not only get very wonderful information, but would recieve a blessing from the individuals, that give their testimony about donating organs or recieving organs through this fantastic program. -from Trudy Crabb, for Victory Community Church

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