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Local church uses baby bottles to help mothers in need


  • By Melanie Ruberti
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  • Jul. 31, 2018 - 8:29 PM

Local church uses baby bottles to help mothers in need

(COURTESY: ALL SAINTS ANGLICAN CHURCH)

Members of All Saints Anglican Church show off baby bottles filled with loose change. The group participated in the Fayette Pregnancy Resource Center’s Baby Bottle Campaign. The church raised more than $5,000 between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day by filling baby bottles with loose change or monetary contributions. From left are Luci Hough, executive director of PRC; Phyllis Avrit, Director of PRC; Robin Lundy, volunteer and member of ASAC; and Moneen and Ed Behlke, ASAC members.

Members of All Saints Anglican Church show off baby bottles filled with loose change. The group participated in the Fayette Pregnancy Resource Center’s Baby Bottle Campaign. The church raised more than $5,000 between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day by filling baby bottles with loose change or monetary contributions. The money will support the PRC’s many programs, which also help women in Coweta County. From left are Luci Hough, executive director of PRC; Phyllis Avrit, Director of PRC; Robin Lundy, volunteer and member of ASAC; and Moneen and Ed Behlke, ASAC members.