Church-based advocacy group to celebrate 10 years

Church-based advocacy group to celebrate 10 years
It’s been a busy decade for the United Congregations of the Metro East. Since its founding in 2000, the group has grown from a fledging grassroots organization advocating social issues to a major regional voice on everything from affordable housing to the role of minorities and women on construction projects.
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Conference spurs LGBT reactions
By: Carly Smith After a leader from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints condemned homosexuality while speaking to millions of viewers Sunday, U students are speaking out. and nbsp; and nbsp; and nbsp; …
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M. Mozell Floyd
On Monday, October 4, 2010, our mother, grandmother and great-grandmother walked the stairs to Heaven. She was a member of Kings Orchard Church of Christ in Wenatchee. M. Mozell (Montgomery) Floyd was born to John Homer and Nancy Elizabeth Montgomery on January 28, 1928, in Newburg, AR. She married Junior Floyd on September 20, 1947, in Melbourne, AR.
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