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PHOTO GALLERY: First Baptist Church lends a helping 'hands-on mission'

Saturday, September 24, 2011 | 5:40 p.m. CDT; updated 2:15 p.m. CDT, Sunday, September 25, 2011
Barbara Wyatt removes summer clothes from the racks at The Wardrobe on Saturday morning. Wyatt volunteers with "hands-on missions" alongside the First Baptist youth group to set an example for her grandson.

COLUMBIA — Volunteers from First Baptist Church served at the second-hand clothes shop, The Wardrobe, on Saturday. The group cleared out the summer inventory to make room for winter clothing.  First Baptist goes out on "hands-on missions" once a month.

Lexie Kieffer removes hangers before cleaning the racks at the secondhand clothes shop The Wardrobe on Saturday morning. A group of volunteers from First Baptist Church came to clear out the summer inventory in preparation for winter clothing.
Volunteers from First Baptist Church clear summer inventory off the racks in preparation for winter clothing at The Wardrobe, a second-hand clothes shop, on Saturday morning. The youth group organizes "hands-on missions" once a month.

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