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May 4, 2006

Thomasville- The Thomasville community paused to join the National Day of Prayer. Community members gathered at the First Baptist Church. More than 12 community leaders offered prayers for the area.

"United State Senator Saxby Chambliss who is appearing by DVD, praying a prayer for the nation. We have our mayor praying for the city, we have our county leaders praying for the county we have our two school superintendents praying for the city and county schools and for their children and for the families of their students," said Doug Silvis, Chairman Community Transformation Inc.

The hour-long service included hymns and a unison prayer.

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