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  • Writer's pictureGenie Boynton

GRACE Millen Ambassadors Begin Community Service Projects


On Thursday, 14 teenagers from Millen, Georgia gathered to begin working on some very exciting community services.


The GRACE Ambassador teen leadership program focuses on the mission of GRACE, building and growing leadership skills, and serving the community (locally and internationally).


During the four hour "intensive" on Thursday, topics on character and charisma were discussed. We're using literature from John Maxwell's 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader.


During the lesson, the kids were paired off in groups of two. They were instructed to choose a partner that they didn't know or didn't know well. The object of this exercise was to learn the other person's story, or something interesting about them and share with the group.

After the leadership lessons, we split the kids into two groups. One group began sorting through canned foods for the food pantry and the other group sorted clothing for a clothes closet.


We are going to need a few things to get these community services up and running - shelves, clothing racks, clothes hangers, etc.


If you would like to contribute to the GRACE Millen service projects you may do so by clicking the button below. Checks can be made out to GRACE at mailed to PO Box 513, Millen, Georgia 30442. Questions? Email genie@globalreliefassociation.com.


Member of the GRACE Millen Ambassadors have been invited to participate in Keep Jenkins Beautiful Week! We will meet at Millen Baptist Church on Wednesday, April 20th at 4pm. If you would like to participate, please reach out to genie@globalreliefassociation.com before then.

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