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Kalkaska County Church Relocates Sunday Service

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The power at a Kalkaska County Church is out but their service still went on this morning.

The Garfield Country Church still had about thirty people arrive, even though they had to postpone their service an hour later than usual.

Power is expected to be back up and running by tonight while church members are out Christmas caroling.

The meeting was moved to the Township Hall, just down the road.

There, they were still able to spend the last service together before the holiday.

The outage affected about six other families who live close by.

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