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Churches to rally against liquor referendum

October 23, 2004

Tifton- Signs representing both sides of the mixed drinks referendum have been popping up all over Tift county for the past few weeks.

With the vote just days away, the Committee of 10,000, a group of 25 churches against the sale of mixed drinks, is holding a rally Sunday.

"Basically it's a time for all of us to get together. We've done a lot of hard work in the past month, and we're going to come together and worship our Lord, pray, and we're going to celebrate the victory of winning on November 2nd," says Northside Baptist Church Pastor Fred Evers.

The rally will be held Sunday at the Church of God campgrounds in Tift County at 7 PM.

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