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The Carthage Press
  • Carthage native to hold benefit for mission trip

  • A chance to reach out and help others outside this nation will take place Saturday, May 4.
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  • A chance to reach out and help others outside this nation will take place Saturday, May 4.
    Tadd Wagner, the 2009 Carthage High School Valedictorian and baseball athlete, is getting ready for a special trip. Besides graduating this spring from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tenn., Wagner is preparing for a mission trip to Mongolia, “Hannah Project Mission.” Wagner and his team will travel to conduct eye care clinics as well as other programs with the Carthage FWB Ladies Auxiliary.
    To help support the cause, the community is invited to a spaghetti dinner and auction (silent and live) at noon Saturday, May 4 at the Free Will Baptist Church of Carthage, Hwy 171 on Brooklyn Heights Exit (18715 Hyacinth Road, Carthage, MO). The event is sponsored by Carthage FWB Ladies Auxiliary.
    The Hanna Project is a faith-based, not-for-profit organization established to demonstrate compassion to people suffering the ravages of war, poverty, disease, and disaster. Identifying and addressing human needs enables us to bring help, hope, and healing to those in need.
    To donate online or learn more about the Hannah Project, visit http://www.hannaproject.com/fundraising/profiles/taddwagner.

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