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African missionary work outlined at dinner, show

All are invited to a dinner followed by a program of stories about Judy Stokes’ work with abandoned youth in Africa at 6 p.m. today at the Family Center of Calvary Bible Church across from Union Hill School at 11481 Highway 174, Grass Valley. Donations can be made to cover the cost of the dinner. Stokes left the area four years ago to serve the orphaned and abandoned youth of Africa with the Rafiki Foundation.


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