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Thanks for support of the 'experience'

Fargo The members of Atonement Lutheran Church would like to thank the Fargo-Moorhead community and surrounding area for supporting "World Vision Experience: AIDS - Step Into Africa." Thank you for volunteering and attending the experience and al...

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The members of Atonement Lutheran Church would like to thank the Fargo-Moorhead community and surrounding area for supporting "World Vision Experience: AIDS - Step Into Africa." Thank you for volunteering and attending the experience and allowing your hearts and minds to be changed.

We especially want to thank The Forum, Valley News Live (KVLY/KXJB), The Valley Today, WDAY TV/Radio, Froggy, FM 105, FOX and KNDS Radio for their coverage. All of the media truly responded to the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

We also want to take this opportunity to thank the participating churches and organizations: Believers Fellowship, Calvary Church at Village Green, Faith Lutheran-Valley City, Faith United Methodist, Grandin Presbyterian, Hawley Lutheran, Liberty Lutheran Brethren, Life 97.9, Faith 1200, Legacy 92.7, Maple Sheyenne Lutheran, Oak Grove Lutheran School, Park Christian School, St. Stephen's Episcopal, Shepherd of the Prairie Lutheran, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and Triumph Lutheran Brethren.

Approximately 300 people volunteered to be part of this experience and 2,500 people visited the "Step Into Africa" experience. The Fargo-Moorhead area has shown that they care about the suffering of others.

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Hanson, RN, is minister of healing and pastoral care, Atonement Lutheran Church. She was the project manager for "Step Into Africa"

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