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Hearts & Hands workday

Volunteers lend a helping hand during the Hearts & Hands workday on Saturday. Seven project homes were chosen. Now in its 15th year, Hearts and Hands began when members of the First Presbyterian Church volunteered to do repairs on one area home as a mission project. Sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance, as of this year, eight congregations are actively involved with support from all Pawhuska churches. The Rev. Ken Woodhams serves as director of Hearts & Hands.
Volunteers lend a helping hand during the Hearts & Hands workday on Saturday. Seven project homes were chosen. Now in its 15th year, Hearts and Hands began when members of the First Presbyterian Church volunteered to do repairs on one area home as a mission project. Sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance, as of this year, eight congregations are actively involved with support from all Pawhuska churches. The Rev. Ken Woodhams serves as director of Hearts & Hands.
Volunteers lend a helping hand during the Hearts & Hands workday on Saturday. Seven project homes were chosen. Now in its 15th year, Hearts and Hands began when members of the First Presbyterian Church volunteered to do repairs on one area home as a mission project. Sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance, as of this year, eight congregations are actively involved with support from all Pawhuska churches. The Rev. Ken Woodhams serves as director of Hearts & Hands.
Volunteers lend a helping hand during the Hearts & Hands workday on Saturday. Seven project homes were chosen. Now in its 15th year, Hearts and Hands began when members of the First Presbyterian Church volunteered to do repairs on one area home as a mission project. Sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance, as of this year, eight congregations are actively involved with support from all Pawhuska churches. The Rev. Ken Woodhams serves as director of Hearts & Hands.

Volunteers lend a helping hand during the Hearts & Hands workday on Saturday. Seven project homes were chosen. Now in its 15th year, Hearts and Hands began when members of the First Presbyterian Church volunteered to do repairs on one area home as a mission project. Sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance, as of this year, eight congregations are actively involved with support from all Pawhuska churches. The Rev. Ken Woodhams serves as director of Hearts & Hands.

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