St. Marks United Methodist Church donated 700 face masks to Botetourt County Public Schools last week. “This is a strong reminder of the power of our Botetourt community,” the division said in a statement. “We are grateful to others who have also willingly offered their time, talents, and resources for the benefit of the students in our schools.”
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