A Number of Ways To Help

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Pastor Jane Hillman of Jasper, left, handed Nolan Jahn of Jasper, 3, a key chain with her phone number attached so students could call her anytime they are in need of help during the school year Sunday at Trinity United Church in Jasper. Hillman blessed the children’s backpacks and Greater Jasper Schools Superintendent Tracy Lorey delivered a special back-to-school pep talk.



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