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Gateway Resource Center Throws New Year's Bash

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/31/2013

Gateway Resource Center at 486 Springmill St. in Mansfield hosted a party Tuesday night to usher in the new year.

While the event was open to the public, Director Susan Walker says it was also an opportunity for the organizations nearly 75 volunteers to come together and celebrate.

"It's a conglomeration of all the people that have come from different churches and different organizations that volunteer for this organization." Walker says of the event.

Walker says she and the volunteers work very hard throughout the year within the community and that Tuesday night's party was a great chance for them kick back and relax.

"It's a night to celebrate together." Walker says. "We're just coming together to have a good time and to bring in the new year."

The event included musical performances by Healing Songs Ministry, Steve Hopkins and Gail Cherney, an open mic session, food, games, prayer and communion.

   
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