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Jennifer Hatten, director of Development and Communications for Habitat for Humanity speaks during Faith in Action of the River Cities' Annual Prayer Breakfast on Monday, Feb. 18, 2013, at St. Mary's Medical Center in Huntington.
HUNTINGTON -- The Sisters of Pallottine Health Services at St. Mary's Medical Center hosted the annual prayer breakfast in support of Faith in Action of the River Cities Monday morning.
Faith in Action of the River Cities is a faith-based, volunteer organization that strives to fill the gap when agencies and families cannot meet the daily needs of the frail elderly, chronically ill and disabled individuals who live independently. Services are provided at no cost and regardless of income.
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