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  • Fall festival to raise money for Columbus group battling sex trafficking

    Multiple youth organizations are hosting a fall festival at the Columbus First Seventh-day Adventist Church at 7880 Schomburg Road in Georgia on October 8, 2017. Profits from the event will go to Micah Promise, an organization that seeks to free children from sex trafficking and provide services that will help them live empowered and purposeful lives. Shelbe Johnson, a senior at Calvary Christian School, is organizing Fall Festival 2017.

Fall festival to raise money for Columbus group battling sex trafficking

Multiple youth organizations are hosting a fall festival at the Columbus First Seventh-day Adventist Church at 7880 Schomburg Road in Georgia on October 8, 2017. Profits from the event will go to Micah Promise, an organization that seeks to free children from sex trafficking and provide services that will help them live empowered and purposeful lives. Shelbe Johnson, a senior at Calvary Christian School, is organizing Fall Festival 2017.
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