St. Vincent de Paul society meets needs of families
by Mary Cosgrove
mcosgrove@neighbornewspapers.com
03:16 PM, Tuesday, August 26
St. Vincent de Paul is more than a church and a thrift store. It is one of the major community outreaches in Paulding County, serving a multitude of people in need on a daily basis. The Catholic church on West Memorial Drive in Dallas has within i...

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