Officials with the Salvation Army of Albany will celebrate a century of service to the community at the Army’s 304 W. Second Ave. facilities this weekend. “We have a reason to celebrate God’s faithfulness to our ministry here in southwest Georgia,” a letter from corps officer and pastor Lt. James Sullivan and advisory board chair Harold Boling said. “We have seen the hand of God change lives and bring hope to this community. We’ve heard testimonies and witnessed a new outlook to life through the eyes of Christ.”
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