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Claxton group gets a lesson from 'Foundry'
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Pictured, left to right, Pastor Brandon Williams (Connections Church, Statesboro), Bill Heintz, David Pendley, and Micah Andrews. - photo by CRYSTAL WALKER/Staff
STATESBORO - A small crowd gathered Tuesday night in Statesboro to welcome the staff of an Alabama-based drug and alcohol recovery center called The Foundry and to learn more about the possibility of a similar program coming to Claxton. Brandon Williams, pastor of Connections Church in Statesboro, was host to the group that traveled from Alabama to paint a better picture of what The Foundry is and what it does. Williams said the faith-based organization located in Bessemer, Ala., is the model he would like to follow in the effort to begin a similar center in Claxton.
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