The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia



Breaking ground for Burlington United Methodist Family Services’ new chapel are, from left, Gladys Eye Lafferty, Connie Trickett, Rev. Calvin McCutchon, architect Dan Snead, Kelly Dyke, District director on behalf of Congressman Nick J. Rahall, Delegate Linda Sumner, R-Raleigh, Mike Price, chief executive officer, Rev. Dallas Forren, chairperson of the Division of Health and Welfare Ministries, J.F. Lacaria, director of Connectional Ministries of United Methodist Church, Rev. Rick Waller.

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