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TFC Students Serve Toccoa Community
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On Saturday, March 31, 60 Toccoa Falls College students dedicated their time to serving the community of Toccoa. This student-run initiative was named Operation: Servanthood. TFC Students washed the windows of over 31 businesses in downtown Toccoa, including the Chamber of Commerce and the Currahee Military Museum located in the train depot. Students were divided into groups to partner with local businesses, like Open Arms Clinic, Shirley’s Soul Food, Boys’ & Girls’ Club, and the local soup kitchen.

TFC students gather to get assignments for Operation Servanthood.

Operation: Servanthood, which was organized by TFC sophomore Whitney Conaway, a Cross-Cultural Studies major, said, “The purpose of the event was to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ for the community. We wanted to be able to partner with and encourage those who are doing awesome things in the community and show our love for the city of Toccoa.”

Students clean windows at Troups in the downtown area.