Parish nurse Jackie Graves, left, of Second Presbyterian Church visited recently with Madge Smith, 90, in Smith's home.
Parish nurse Jackie Graves, left, of Second Presbyterian Church visited recently with Madge Smith, 90, in Smith's home.
Parish nurse Jackie Graves, left, of Second Presbyterian Church visited recently with Madge Smith, 90, in Smith's home.

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