Change for the better

Flinchpaugh, Brian
October 2012
Wentzville Journal;10/24/2012, Vol. 50 Issue 43, pA1
The article reports on free oil change offered by members of three Calvary churches in Saint Charles County, Missouri. The initiative targets low-income families who were said to be having problems with employment due to lack of transportation. It is noted that there is no public transportation around the county.


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