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Daylily students pay a visit to Mulberry Square

March 18, 2014

(Photos submitted)

Students from The Daylily Learning Center recently went to Mulberry Square to pass out cards that they made for the residents.

While visiting at Mulberry Square, the children sang a song to the residents and played a Bingo-style game called Bible Jingo.

The Daylily Learning Center, located at the First Church of God, is a ministry for homeschooling families.

Students are pictured with their cards: (front, from left) Jasmine Himes, Lexie Stahlman, Alyse Smith, Emma Spencer, Alaynna Hoffman; (back) Zac Hoffman, Cooper Stahlman, Alydia Stahlman, Ariel Himes, Katryna Hoffman and Ava Spencer.

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