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Prayer Walk: Seventeen people braved 7-degree biting cold and 16 mph gusting winds Sunday afternoon, Feb. 26, to pray for student safety in Grangeville. A nondenominational group, organized by a ladies’ study group from Real Life Grangeville, walked to Grangeville Elementary Middle School, Sts. Peter and Paul School and then to Grangeville High School praying at each stop for students and teachers, and, according to Pastor Mark Perry, that “God’s light and love to displace any and all darkness and hate.”

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Prayer Walk: Seventeen people braved 7-degree biting cold and 16 mph gusting winds Sunday afternoon, Feb. 26, to pray for student safety in Grangeville. A nondenominational group, organized by a ladies’ study group from Real Life Grangeville, walked to Grangeville Elementary Middle School, Sts. Peter and Paul School and then to Grangeville High School praying at each stop for students and teachers, and, according to Pastor Mark Perry, that “God’s light and love to displace any and all darkness and hate.”



— Seventeen people braved 7-degree biting cold and 16 mph gusting winds Sunday afternoon, Feb. 26, to pray for student safety in Grangeville. A nondenominational group, organized by a ladies’ study group from Real Life Grangeville, walked to Grangeville Elementary Middle School, Sts. Peter and Paul School and then to Grangeville High School praying at each stop for students and teachers, and, according to Pastor Mark Perry, that “God’s light and love to displace any and all darkness and hate.”



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