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New Beginnings Graduates

 Two men graduated from the New Beginnings program within Faith Refuge and Faith Mission on Friday.

After completing the program, students are encouraged to re-enter the workforce while remaining at Faith Mission to continue their studies.

If you or someone you know is interested in taking part in the New Beginnings program, contact the program director at (940) -723-5663. 
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