Douglas church hosts Tebow Foundation sponsored prom event
by Lindsay Moscarello
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First Presbyterian Church in Douglasville is one of nine churches in Georgia rolling out the red carpet for a “Night to Shine,” a prom-styled event for people with special needs. For the second year, the Tim Tebow Foundation will sponsor what it called an “unforgettable” experience on Friday, Feb. 12. Churches in 48 states and eight countries are signed up to participate, a 400 percent increase from last year, said church member and event organizer Melissa Cordle. First Presbyterian...
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Douglas church hosts Tebow Foundation sponsored prom event
First Presbyterian Church in Douglasville is one of nine churches in Georgia rolling out the red carpet for a “Night to Shine,” a prom-styled event for people with special needs. For the second yea...
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