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Methodist Youth donate stuffed toys
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ABOVE & BELOW: The Senior and Junior High Youth Group from the United Methodist Church collected teddy bears, prayed blessings over them and presented them to the Karnes County Sheriff's department and the Karnes City fire department Wednesday, May 23. The teddy bears and stuffed animals will be given to children who are involved in stressful situations and need comfort from these furry friends.
ABOVE & BELOW: The Senior and Junior High Youth Group from the United Methodist Church collected teddy bears, prayed blessings over them and presented them to the Karnes County Sheriff's department and the Karnes City fire department Wednesday, May 23. The teddy bears and stuffed animals will be given to children who are involved in stressful situations and need comfort from these furry friends.
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The Senior and Junior High Youth Group from the United Methodist Church collected teddy bears, prayed blessings over them and presented them to the Karnes County Sheriff's department and the Karnes City fire department Wednesday, May 23. The teddy bears and stuffed animals will be given to children who are involved in stressful situations and need comfort from these furry friends.
The Senior and Junior High Youth Group from the United Methodist Church collected teddy bears, prayed blessings over them and presented them to the Karnes County Sheriff's department and the Karnes City fire department Wednesday, May 23. The teddy bears and stuffed animals will be given to children who are involved in stressful situations and need comfort from these furry friends.
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The Senior and Junior High Youth Group from the United Methodist Church collected teddy bears, prayed blessings over them and presented them to the Karnes County Sheriff's department and the Karnes City fire department Wednesday, May 23. The teddy bears and stuffed animals will be given to children who are involved in stressful situations and need comfort from these furry friends.
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