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Featured Story —  29 December 2012

Church Leads Charge for Sober New Year's Eve Celebrations

Auckland, New Zealand — 

"An Auckland church is leading the charge for drug and alcohol free celebrations this New Year period, " NewsTalk ZB reported yesterday.

The report continued: "More than 1,000 youth members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will spend the next six days involved in workshops, devotionals and New Year theme activities like dance parties and balls."

Yahoo News also reported on the Church's gathering for young singles in Auckland over the coming week.

"Conference organiser Hans Sorensen says these kids don't need artificial stimulants to help them have a good time."

Read more at Pacific Mormon Newsroom.

 

 

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