UMC Street View: Graysville UMC restores community walking path

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RINGGOLD, Ga: Northwest GA News reports that local church Graysville UMC has recently completed restorative work on a community walking track. The track is now open to the public.

From Northwest GA News:

Chris Capehart, a senior at Ringgold High School and member of Boy Scout Troop 71 sponsored by Graysville UMC, completed a prayer labyrinth for his Eagle Scout project in the walk track area. The labyrinth will continually grow and the members are hopeful it will become a place for prayer and contemplation.


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