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Franklin Graham Prayer March: September 26, 2020

Press Release:

    Ray Leary is arranging a bus trip to Washington, DC to attend Franklin Graham's Prayer March on September 26, 2020. It will cost each person approximately $185.00 for the trip to/from DC. This is a two hour event on a Saturday in September from 12:00 noon - 2:00 pm.

    If you would like to join us, please let me know by September 14 at 252-402-5662. Please send a check to William Leary, PO Box 33, Chocowinity, NC 27817 for $185.00. Should I not receive sufficient funds to pay for the bus fare, I will return your check.

    I have reserved a 30 passenger bus from Holiday Tours for this event which will leave the Williamston Walmart parking lot at 4:30 am and return at approximately 9:00 pm on the same day.

    Please see the attached link for more details of the Prayer March. The march is from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capital, 1.8 miles. The bus will drop us at the Lincoln Memorial and pick us up at the Capital at 3- 4 pm. There will be a stop for dinner on the return trip, the cost of which is not included in the bus fare.

    Contact: Ray Leary •  252-402-5662


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