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Free car, medical, beauty services offered during '3 Days of Hope'

March 12, 2014
CUMMING, Ga.— Free services such as medical and vision screenings, oil changes, emissions testing, tire rotation, car detailing, haircuts and manicures will be offered during the first annual "3 Days of Hope," a community service event being held March 20-22 at North Lanier Baptist Church, 829 Atlanta Highway in Cumming.

Services are being provided by community partners Herbert Automotive, Northside-Forsyth Hospital, the Lions Club, Mak Beauty Institute and Mary Kay Cosmetics.

Services are available to Forsyth County residents at various times over the course of the event.

In addition to services that are being offered to the public during 3 Days of Hope, North Lanier Baptist Church is providing volunteers to do light construction within the community.

Volunteers are also being provided to serve local charities including Abba House, Whispering Hope Pregnancy Center, Pier Foundation and Habitat for Humanity.

"Our mission through 3 Days of Hope goes beyond providing help to those within our community, but to provide the hope, strength and salvation that comes through Christ alone," said John Lay, lead pastor at North Lanier Baptist.

"It is our desire to serve and love the people of our community just as Christ did in His ministry."

For more information about 3 Days of Hope and the schedule of activities, please visit or call 770-781-5433.

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