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Onecho resumes in-person Bible school


Helena Johnson I Onecho Bible School

Kirsten Morgan is the engineer of a train built by her father and her family more than 25 years ago.

COLFAX - Nearly 60 children explored Mystery Island as the Onecho Bible Church as they resumed in-person Bible school.

Kids from 5 to sixth-graders heard Bible stories, visited with missionaries, enjoyed songs, and played games from July 6 to July 9, according to Helena Johnson.

The camp ended with kids getting to ride a wooden train provided by John Morgan, of Green Hollow. His family built the four-car train more than 25 years ago. His daughter, Kristen Morgan, was the engineer.


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