2017-12-06 / Other Jenkins News

THE MILLEN NEWS GOES TO HOUSTON, TEXAS!



The Millen News traveled to Houston TX to a local church there to help out with clean up with Pastor Heath Wingard of Long Branch COG of Jenkins County. Pastor Wingard presented Houston International COG and Pastor Johnny House a check for $1,125 to help purchase materials needed to repair from the flood of Hurricane Harvey. The check was made possible by donations from several of Millen's local businesses: H.L. Cook, Lane Tractor, Cafe on Cotton, Honey Café and Catering, Rocker Supply, Thompson's and Eagle Pharmacy. ( 
Photo contributed) The Millen News traveled to Houston TX to a local church there to help out with clean up with Pastor Heath Wingard of Long Branch COG of Jenkins County. Pastor Wingard presented Houston International COG and Pastor Johnny House a check for $1,125 to help purchase materials needed to repair from the flood of Hurricane Harvey. The check was made possible by donations from several of Millen's local businesses: H.L. Cook, Lane Tractor, Cafe on Cotton, Honey Café and Catering, Rocker Supply, Thompson's and Eagle Pharmacy. ( Photo contributed)

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