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Doing God’s work




That’s what 70 youth and adults from three Houston-area United Methodist churches were undertaking last week in Rockdale and throughout Milam County as the “United Methodist Army” made its annual visit. The “army” completed a dozen projects ranging from wheelchair ramps to roof repairs to siding for persons in need. From left, Randy Miller, Trent Martin and Katelynn Barba helped build a wheelchair ramp for amputee Georgia Zamora at her Mill Street home and, two days later, Zamora and great-niece Makayla Zamora were trying it out. St. John’s United Methodist Church hosted the “army.” See page 1B. 
Reporter/Mike Brown That’s what 70 youth and adults from three Houston-area United Methodist churches were undertaking last week in Rockdale and throughout Milam County as the “United Methodist Army” made its annual visit. The “army” completed a dozen projects ranging from wheelchair ramps to roof repairs to siding for persons in need. From left, Randy Miller, Trent Martin and Katelynn Barba helped build a wheelchair ramp for amputee Georgia Zamora at her Mill Street home and, two days later, Zamora and great-niece Makayla Zamora were trying it out. St. John’s United Methodist Church hosted the “army.” See page 1B. Reporter/Mike Brown

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