Despite the brisk weather, (from left) Madison Gerard and Tori Edwards wash a car at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Saturday as part of the international 30 Hour Famine. Members of several downtown churches, including First Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, First United Methodist Church and St. Peter’s, participated in the World Vision endeavor by fasting for 30 hours Saturday and Sunday to raise awareness of world hunger and raise money to offset hunger issues around the world. (WDN Photo/Christ Prokos)

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Published 7:38pm Saturday, February 25, 2012

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