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The Mission and local churches hold fall festivals

First Posted: 5:17 pm - November 18th, 2015

The Mission, an outreach ministry led by Pastor Jeff Deal, held a Fall Festival on Oct. 30 at their North Hightower Street location. In addition to fun for the kids, The Mission gave out food and clothing. In the photo above, children have fun coloring.
Go Fish is always a fun game, as the smile on this child’s face shows at The Mission.
Food donations were brought down from the City of Refuge in Atlanta by its food truck. Jeff Deal, the pastor at The Mission, is also the Chief Operating Officer at the City of Refuge.
These two youngsters show they can have as much fun laying on their backs as they call running around.
The Mission Pastor Jeff Deal (right) shares a laugh with RiverArts Productions founder Jeff Ballero.
Youngsters enjoy dancing the night away at The Mission Fall Festival.
Several local churches combined forces for the second annual T-Town Fall Festival on Oct. 31. Ready for the fun are Danielle Stillwell with her baby Shy in the stroller, Shawnee Shoemaker, and Sophie, Lexis and Heather Johnson.
The Northridge Church Praise Band leads the singing at the T-Town Fall Festival.
Marzell Myles (right) gets his face painted at the T-Town Fall Festival.
Enjoying the T-Town Fall Festival are Ben Walker, Angel Walker, Ruby Walker, Heaven Walker, Felicia King, Tyanna King, and Jasmia King.
The Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church praise group performs in colorful costumes at the T-Town Fall Festival
The T-Town Fall Festival drew a very large crowd which enjoyed the afternoon at the Greatest Generation Memorial Park.
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The Mission, an outreach ministry led by Pastor Jeff Deal, held a Fall Festival on Oct. 30 at their North Hightower Street location. In addition to fun for the kids, The Mission gave out food and clothing. In the photo above, children have fun coloring.

Go Fish is always a fun game, as the smile on this child’s face shows at The Mission.

Food donations were brought down from the City of Refuge in Atlanta by its food truck. Jeff Deal, the pastor at The Mission, is also the Chief Operating Officer at the City of Refuge.

These two youngsters show they can have as much fun laying on their backs as they call running around.

The Mission Pastor Jeff Deal (right) shares a laugh with RiverArts Productions founder Jeff Ballero.

Youngsters enjoy dancing the night away at The Mission Fall Festival.

Several local churches combined forces for the second annual T-Town Fall Festival on Oct. 31. Ready for the fun are Danielle Stillwell with her baby Shy in the stroller, Shawnee Shoemaker, and Sophie, Lexis and Heather Johnson.

The Northridge Church Praise Band leads the singing at the T-Town Fall Festival.

Marzell Myles (right) gets his face painted at the T-Town Fall Festival.

Enjoying the T-Town Fall Festival are Ben Walker, Angel Walker, Ruby Walker, Heaven Walker, Felicia King, Tyanna King, and Jasmia King.

The Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church praise group performs in colorful costumes at the T-Town Fall Festival

The T-Town Fall Festival drew a very large crowd which enjoyed the afternoon at the Greatest Generation Memorial Park.

The Mission, an outreach ministry led by Pastor Jeff Deal, held a Fall Festival on Oct. 30 at their North Hightower Street location. In addition to fun for the kids, The Mission gave out food and clothing. In the photo above, children have fun coloring.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H1.jpgThe Mission, an outreach ministry led by Pastor Jeff Deal, held a Fall Festival on Oct. 30 at their North Hightower Street location. In addition to fun for the kids, The Mission gave out food and clothing. In the photo above, children have fun coloring.

Go Fish is always a fun game, as the smile on this child’s face shows at The Mission.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H2.jpgGo Fish is always a fun game, as the smile on this child’s face shows at The Mission.

Food donations were brought down from the City of Refuge in Atlanta by its food truck. Jeff Deal, the pastor at The Mission, is also the Chief Operating Officer at the City of Refuge.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H3.jpgFood donations were brought down from the City of Refuge in Atlanta by its food truck. Jeff Deal, the pastor at The Mission, is also the Chief Operating Officer at the City of Refuge.

These two youngsters show they can have as much fun laying on their backs as they call running around.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H4.jpgThese two youngsters show they can have as much fun laying on their backs as they call running around.

The Mission Pastor Jeff Deal (right) shares a laugh with RiverArts Productions founder Jeff Ballero.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H5.jpgThe Mission Pastor Jeff Deal (right) shares a laugh with RiverArts Productions founder Jeff Ballero.

Youngsters enjoy dancing the night away at The Mission Fall Festival.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H6.jpgYoungsters enjoy dancing the night away at The Mission Fall Festival.

Several local churches combined forces for the second annual T-Town Fall Festival on Oct. 31. Ready for the fun are Danielle Stillwell with her baby Shy in the stroller, Shawnee Shoemaker, and Sophie, Lexis and Heather Johnson.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H7.jpgSeveral local churches combined forces for the second annual T-Town Fall Festival on Oct. 31. Ready for the fun are Danielle Stillwell with her baby Shy in the stroller, Shawnee Shoemaker, and Sophie, Lexis and Heather Johnson.

The Northridge Church Praise Band leads the singing at the T-Town Fall Festival.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H8.jpgThe Northridge Church Praise Band leads the singing at the T-Town Fall Festival.

Marzell Myles (right) gets his face painted at the T-Town Fall Festival.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H9.jpgMarzell Myles (right) gets his face painted at the T-Town Fall Festival.

Enjoying the T-Town Fall Festival are Ben Walker, Angel Walker, Ruby Walker, Heaven Walker, Felicia King, Tyanna King, and Jasmia King.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H10.jpgEnjoying the T-Town Fall Festival are Ben Walker, Angel Walker, Ruby Walker, Heaven Walker, Felicia King, Tyanna King, and Jasmia King.

The Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church praise group performs in colorful costumes at the T-Town Fall Festival
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H11.jpgThe Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church praise group performs in colorful costumes at the T-Town Fall Festival

The T-Town Fall Festival drew a very large crowd which enjoyed the afternoon at the Greatest Generation Memorial Park.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_H12.jpgThe T-Town Fall Festival drew a very large crowd which enjoyed the afternoon at the Greatest Generation Memorial Park.
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