A message of thanks from June Atkins

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This message was received from June Atkins recently. For those who may not know June, she is a long-standing member of the church who has made a considerable contribution over the years. She no lives in Brendan Care and is unable to attend services regularly.

"Very many thanks for the flowers that I received from the church. on Monday. It is so nice to be remembered by the church even though I unable to get there very often. It means a lot to me that I am still a part of it.I still get visits from people which I appreciate very much.
Please give my love and best wishes to all members of the church. May God bless everybody and the good that everyone does for other people.

Love
June Atkins "

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