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So settle your stomach on your lap and help the First Baptist Church of Leesburg fill someone’s plate with thanks. foot pain middleThe church’s Christian Care Center, which provides everything from help kicking addictions to pregnancy care, also operates the largest food pantry in Lake County , and it’s about to get bigger. “It’s an expression of thankfulness we’ll be part of getting more food to more people,” said Bill Jones, executive director of the center, which operates the church’s local ministries. The church is buying an acre of property of U.S. http://aubreyturnermind.macsverige.org/2016/11/09/down-to-earth-inflammation-in-foot-arch-systems-trends/Highway 27 near its homeless family center called the Samaritan Inn. The property is home to an old comic-book store and a real-estate office, Jones said. The plan is to refurbish it inside and out. “We’re excited to change the look of it,” he said. That’s good news for Leesburg, which has rather a downtrodden feel in that part of the city, despite the expensive new gateway to downtown.
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