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4/13/2014 8:56 pm  #1


Daily Progress 4/13/2014 - Church of Wells members attend protest

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Progress photo by April Barbe. Members of the Church of Wells were met by protesters Saturday afternoon. Despite, a few loud conversations, the event remained peaceful. 

April 13, 2014
Church of Wells members attend protest
Progress staff reports
Jacksonville Daily Progress

WELLS — About 30 members of the Church of Wells arrived at a protest Saturday. The event was planned after an incident at Wells Homecoming Day on April 5 where the church loudly "street preached" causing a disruption. Three of the church members were injured by two men at the parade. On Saturday, the event was peaceful, despite a few loud voices.

See the complete story and photos in the next edition of the Daily Progress on Tuesday, April 15.

 

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