The “Hand In Hand” program from the First United Methodist Church showed its support and love to the staff at John Cotten Tayloe School, treating them to homemade goodies and hot cider. The “Hand In Hand” group has been a faithful supporter of JCT for nearly 10 years. Hand In Hand member Pam Huss (right) serves third grade teacher Amy Boyd a special treat. (Submitted Photo)

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Published 8:50pm Thursday, November 8, 2012

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