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Back To School Drive

Sharing the Love | July 24, 2015
On Wednesday, July 22, the Kingdom Intervention International Church in partnership with Women on a Mission Outreach, based in Florida, and several other church groups, hosted a Back to School Drive in the Upkirk Community
Presenter: Cassitta Irving
Producer: Cassitta Irving
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