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==LDS Religious Services==
==LDS Religious Services==
While attending the LDS religious service this year (8/19/2012), the man conducting the service stated that in 2004, the LDS services was attended by 500 people. In 2009, the service was attended by 1,000 people when Brother Gibson of the young mens presidency spoke. There were only 50 people at the service in 2012 when no one from the general presidency came to speak. -[[User:Howarthe|Howarthe]] 03:42, August 20, 2012 (EDT)
While attending the LDS religious service this year (8/19/2012), the man conducting the service stated that in 2004, the LDS services was attended by 500 people. In 2009, the service was attended by 1,000 people when Brother Gibson of the young mens presidency spoke. There were only 50 people at the service in 2012 when no one from the general presidency came to speak. -[[User:Howarthe|Howarthe]] 03:42, August 20, 2012 (EDT)

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LDS Religious Services

While attending the LDS religious service this year (8/19/2012), the man conducting the service stated that in 2004, the LDS services was attended by 500 people. In 2009, the service was attended by 1,000 people when Brother Gibson of the young mens presidency spoke. There were only 50 people at the service in 2012 when no one from the general presidency came to speak. -Howarthe 03:42, August 20, 2012 (EDT)

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