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More south Georgians plan to pray for rain

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May 28, 2007

Tifton--More south Georgians are organizing services to pray for rain. Last week, we took you to a prayer service in Moultrie.

Now, folks in Tifton are planning to come together to pray for an end to the drought.

Tomorrow night from 7 to 9, members of Trinity Worship Center in Tifton will hold a prayer gathering.

The public is encouraged to attend. The church is located at 715 Brighton Road.

Tifton has received less than one inch of rain in the past three months.

The drought is so bad there, city officials implemented a temporary watering ban.

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