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Shirley Russell|The Thomaston TimesSt. Mary's A.M.E. Church recently held a Praise in the Park at the Greatest Generation Memorial Park, inviting the community to join them for hotdogs and hamburgers, music, games, and fun for everyone. During the festivities, Pastor Coleman Dumas was challenged to have a bucket of ice cold water dumped on him in exchange for a donation. Not only did Pastor Dumas accept the challenge, but church member Michael Smith did as well. In the photo, Pastor Dumas (left) and Smith endure two buckets filled with ice and water.
Shirley Russell|The Thomaston TimesSt. Mary's A.M.E. Church recently held a Praise in the Park at the Greatest Generation Memorial Park, inviting the community to join them for hotdogs and hamburgers, music, games, and fun for everyone. During the festivities, Pastor Coleman Dumas was challenged to have a bucket of ice cold water dumped on him in exchange for a donation. Not only did Pastor Dumas accept the challenge, but church member Michael Smith did as well. In the photo, Pastor Dumas (left) and Smith endure two buckets filled with ice and water.
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Shirley Russell|The Thomaston Times


St. Mary’s A.M.E. Church recently held a Praise in the Park at the Greatest Generation Memorial Park, inviting the community to join them for hotdogs and hamburgers, music, games, and fun for everyone. During the festivities, Pastor Coleman Dumas was challenged to have a bucket of ice cold water dumped on him in exchange for a donation. Not only did Pastor Dumas accept the challenge, but church member Michael Smith did as well. In the photo, Pastor Dumas (left) and Smith endure two buckets filled with ice and water.


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