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Holy Grounds Church booth proceeds will benefit Uganda citizens

Funds purpose - drilling a water well

By Carol Roberts

Everyone is invited to Holy Grounds Church booth at Downtown Days for a special, one-day event on Saturday, October 14, 2017, from 8am to 5pmCT.


Proceeds raised will help help provide fresh, clean water for the people of Uganda, Africa.

All donations, and proceeds from sales and the raffles will be contributed to U.C.S.S. (Uganda Counseling and Support Services) for the purpose of drilling a well in Uganda.

'' The booth will feature a number of items for sale, and, there will be several special items to be raffled. In addition, there will be face painting and a prayer station.

All are invited to join us in this project.

Submitted by Carol Roberts for Bridgette Reagin of Holy Grounds Church


This story was posted on 2017-10-12 07:24:57
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