KING OF KINGS LUTHERAN SCHOOL

Students make blankets

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Elizabeth Wegner, who teaches at King of Kings Lutheran School in Roseville and doubles as Jehovah Lutheran music director, led her fifth- and sixth-grade students in a project making nine tie-blankets for people in need. The blankets are for ex-inmates served by prison ministry Crossing Home and for others served by New Freedom, a free store the church operates with Minnesota South District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Jim Seeman, a Jehovah Lutheran member, New Freedom store manager and correctional ministry coordinator for Minnesota South District, went to King of Kings Oct. 30, 2020 to pick up the blankets and talk about the needs the organizations try to serve. (Photo submitted)

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