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Hodgeman County Church Tour

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Event# 620-357-8473

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Tour the beautiful churches of Hodgeman County. Start at 8:00am at the Haun Museum in Jetmore -- then making a pick-up stop at the City Library in Hanston at 8:15am. Eastern Hg Co churches in the morning -- followed by lunch at the new City Park in Hanston -- Western Hg Co Churches in the afternoon. Please RSVP to Gus Guthrie at 620-357-8473 or Mary Ford at 357-8794.

Hodgeman County Church Tour


Phone : 620-357-8473   (Always call and confirm events.)

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