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Younglife College Club Debuts At Northeast

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A new club called Younglife College is getting together every Tuesday at Northeast Community College.  The club is a way for new students to meet other students on campus and explore the Bible. The September 16 meeting is a flag football event at TaHaZouka Park in Norfolk. Interested students should meet at the park at 7:30 p.m. and bring their own long socks for pocket flags.  The club advisor is Terry Nelson. For more information, call 844-7703.

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