Local clergy members, law enforcement officers, first responders and community members gathered in Blue Ridge’s downtown park to pray for the nation Saturday, July 18. Public servants are shown saluting the flags during the National Anthem.
Fannin County Deputy Sheriff John Kinser, left, stands beside Sheriff Dane Kirby before the commencement of the Mountain Patriots’ Public Prayer Rally Saturday, July 18. The meeting was meant to pray for the nation, law enforcement officers and first responders.
Community members met Saturday morning, July 18, for a prayer rally hosted by the Mountain Patriots. Shown are, from left, Lane and Shelley Bishop and Bob Myers.
Fannin County Firefighters, from left, Bradley Beaver, Deputy Chief Rob Ross and Channing Johnstone were among the many public servants who attended the Mountain Patriots’ Public Prayer Rally.
Mountain Patriots Chairman Jack Taylor greeted all who showed up for the Public Prayer Rally for the nation, law enforcement officers and first responders.
Reverend Dr. Rusty Thomas led the community into an intercessory prayer during the Mountain Patriots’ Public Prayer Rally.
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