SWM Section Powwow a Huge Success

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SWM Section Powwow a Huge Success

The South West Metro Section Powwow was ordained by God this past weekend. They had Tom McGough from Channel 40, former pitcher from the Cleveland Indians, speak at their Powwow on Friday evening and Saturday morning. Saturday evening and Sunday morning John Squires, Jr. spoke on the armor or God.

They had about 45 total present from five different outposts and 19 boys gave their hearts to God. Praise God!
They are sure glad you took the time to bring your young men to Powwow.



 

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