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Angels Academy, located along Front Street, Marsh Harbour, benefitted from the helping hands of two Mission teams this summer. The teams, both coming from Valdosta, Georgia’s First United Methodist Church, assisted around the school grounds cleaning, making repairs and building the students a new playground set.

Angels Academy receives help from Mission Teams

Above: the second group was made up of young adults. The group was led by Ellen Warren, also from Valdosta FUMC, on July 5 – 12. They built playground equipment and planted gardens for the school.
Above: the second group was made up of young adults. The group was led by Ellen Warren, also from Valdosta FUMC, on July 5 – 12. They built playground equipment and planted gardens for the school.

Angels Academy, located along Front Street, Marsh Harbour, benefitted from the helping hands of two Mission teams this summer. The teams, both coming from Valdosta, Georgia’s First United Methodist Church, assisted around the school grounds cleaning, making repairs and building the students a new playground set.

Above: the first group was high school youth from Valdosta FUMC. They were led by Justin and Alison Crenshaw on June 16 -21. Their group cleaned school, transformed a storage building into a classroom, painted shelving and assembled a preschool swing set.
Above: the first group was high school youth from Valdosta FUMC. They were led by Justin and Alison Crenshaw on June 16 -21. Their group cleaned school, transformed a storage building into a classroom, painted shelving and assembled a preschool swing set.

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