Thursday, July 04, 2013

Homeless youth ministry gets delay in school purchase
After thinking it was a done deal, Freedom Fellowship in Kingsport is now waiting to find out if they will be able to purchase Cedar Grove Elementary School and covert it into a group home to help homeless and at-risk children. Sullivan county is required by law to be open to offers to sell the facility and canít just make the decision to sell it to the ministry. Pastor Mark Sloan says there are hundreds of kids in the area who need their help, and without this program, and other programs like it, they will be lost. He went on to state that they will move the program forward one way or the other. In a few weeks they should know the outcome. (gw)

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