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Daylily students pay a visit to Mulberry Square

March 18, 2014

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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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