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Columbia Baptist group brings donations to JOY Ministries

From Mark Fudge

The Columbia Baptist Church men's ministry was busy Tuesday morning packing boxes of food which have been donated by the church to JOY Ministries. In all, the church collected 50 boxes of food and non-perishable items.

More than 15 people from Columbia Baptist helped to prepare boxes and carry them to the truck and then deliver them to the JOY Ministry location on Greensburg Street.

JOY Ministries will distribute the donations to needy families over the holidays.

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CBC Collects Food



2021-12-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Mark Fudge.
The Columbia Baptist Church collected 50 boxes of food and presented those boxes to Joy Ministries to distribute to needy families over the holidays.

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Columbia Baptist Church men's ministry



2021-12-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Mark Fudge.
The Columbia Baptist Church men's ministry was busy Tuesday morning packing boxes of food which have been donated by the church to Joy Ministries. In all the church collected 50 boxes of food and non-perishable items.

Pictured are: Chris Quinn, Matt Jackson, Britt Jackson, Aaron LaBarge, Ralph Jackson, Justin Burris, Albert Gray, John Speer, Anthony Hale, and Kerry Radford.

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Loading trucks



2021-12-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Mark Fudge.
Several individuals helped load three trucks that hauled the food and non-perishable items collected by the Columbia Baptist Church to the Joy Ministry located on Greensburg Street.

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Delivering to JOY Ministries



2021-12-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Mark Fudge.
The Columbia Baptist Church recently conducted a food drive and collected food and non-perishable items for needy families during the holiday season. Boxes full of Items are shown here being delivered to JOY Ministries. In all, the church collected 50 boxes.

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A team effort



2021-12-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Mark Fudge.
More than 15 people from Columbia Baptist helped to prepare boxes and carry them to the truck and then deliver them to the JOY Ministry location on Greensburg Street.

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