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April 19, 2013

NT church holding event to make shoes for children

Generation Church plans shoe-cutting party to benefit Sole Hope

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Tonawanda News — “When you can’t walk, you can’t be a normal kid,” he said. “Our kids are learning that there are kids around the world who don’t have it like we have it here.”

Those who plan to take part in the shoe-cutting party should send a message through Generation Church’s Facebook page or call the church at 694-1487 before the event.

IF YOU GO • WHAT: Shoe-cutting party for non-profit organization Sole Hope • WHEN: 7 p.m. Wednesday • WHERE: Generation Church, 1001 E. Robinson St., North Tonawanda. • FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit www.ntgeneration.org or the group's Facebook page. Pastor Chad Rieselman asks that those planning to attend the shoe-cutting party let the church know by sending a message through Facebook or calling 694-1487. For more information on Sole Hope, visit www.solehope.com.

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