Refuge Assembly Of God Donates Bombas Socks To Local Elementary Schools

Monday, September 28, 2020
Accepting the donation for North Hamilton is Dee Mann, volunteer tutor, and Rebecca Drake, teacher at South Fentress
Accepting the donation for North Hamilton is Dee Mann, volunteer tutor, and Rebecca Drake, teacher at South Fentress

Dennis Parillo, pastor of Refuge Assembly of God Church in Soddy Daisy, on Sunday presented Bombas socks for the children of North Hamilton County Elementary and South Fentress County Elementary schools.  

Bombas is a Christian company which donates a pair of socks for each pair sold.

The socks were received through Rural Compassion, a ministry of the Assemblies of God denomination.

Each school received 400 pairs, which will be distributed among the students.


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