'Bluebirds of Happiness' take flight to raise funds
Some benefits are for the birds. Including this one to raise money for H.O.P.E. . For the second year in a row, Jacksonville resident Calvin Howell has lovingly crafted whirlygigs, which he sells for $35 each and all proceeds go to the non-profit, which serves as a clearinghouse for many support services in town.
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#1 Apr 2, 2013
I was blown away to find my article here. As praise and worship leader for the First United Methodist Church in Cove Springs, I stumbled upon this article while looking for early news on Cove Springs, Texas. We are planning an old fashioned honest to goodness brush arbor meeting praise and worship service this fall.
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