VCA students make a difference

October 6, 2012 • Local News

Valley Christian Academy students help the Salvation Army during Community Day, Friday. Noah Vernau Photo

Valley Christian Academy students spent their Fridays displaying a heart of service during the school’s 10th annual Community Day.

Cory Cogdill, superintendent and high school principal, said that above all, Community Day is an opportunity to provide help where it’s needed.

“We’ve been focusing on ministry at this campus, and on our other campus as well,” Cogdill said. “This is an opportunity to practice what we’ve been preaching — what we’ve been talking about at this school, going outside of these doors and making a difference in this community.”

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