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Peachtree City Presbyterian women host Capernaum Carnival for youth

The Presbyterian Women of First Presbyterian Church in Peachtree City hosted a  Carnival for Capernaum, the Young Life group for young people with disabilities.  

Young Life is a non-denominational group of Christians working with local youths. The women of the church prepared a cookout, followed by make-your-own sundaes, and ended with a cake walk, dances, and games.  

More than 30 Capernaum participants joined in the fun as the culmination of their year.

The Capernaum event is part of the community outreach for First Presbyterian Church.  For more information, call the church office, 770-487-7757, or check out the website at www.firstpres.org

(Left) Cathy Olson and Amanda DeBuk. Michael Crofton masters the hula hoop.

 

Cathy Olson (L) and Amanda DeBuk served refreshments at the Carnival for Capernaum hosted by the women of First Presbyterian Church of Peachtree City.  More than 30 Capernaum participants joined in the fun. Photo/Special.

Michael Crofton masters the hula hoop as part of the games at the Capernaum Carnival hosted by the women of First Presbyterian Church in Peachtree City. Photo/Special.

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