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Letter: Help singles help

Thank you!

On Sunday, July 22, there was an article in the Salisbury Post called “A Single Focus” talking about what Singled Out Ministries at First Baptist Church Salisbury has been able to do with the money that we have made in last nine years at our annual yard sale.

As a member of Singled Out ministries and the coordinator of our 10th annual yard sale this year, I want to thank everyone at FBC for their supporting by donating items for the yard sale. If we did not have all the donations and support from the church, the Singled Out Ministry could not have supported all the ministries that we have.

I would also like to thank all the people that have come the past nine years and bought items.

If you would like to support Singled Out Ministries, come to our 10th annual yard sale on Friday Aug. 3,2018 at 6-8:30 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 4 at 7 a.m.-noon in the First Ministry Center, 220 N. Fulton St.

Thank you again for supporting us and allowing us to be God’s hands and feet.

— Mike Ketchie

Salisbury

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