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Young single adults give service

ATLANTA, Ga. — Some 100 young single adults in the metro-Atlanta, Ga., stakes gathered Aug. 18 to provide service to the Sophia Academy, a Christian school in Georgia devoted to children with learning differences. Wearing their "Trust in the Lord" June YSA Conference T-shirts, the volunteers provided more than 500 manpower hours to move desks, tables, books and other items from the academy's old location to its new 30,000-square-foot facility.

Sophia Academy Founder Marie Corrigan told Sugar Hill stake Young Single Adult Advisory Couple George and Pam Little, who led the coordination of the service project, "I can't believe everyone is smiling and no one is complaining."