Bryson McInnis, 2, and his brother Nolan McInnis, 7, dig a hole for a cabbage plant as church member Sherry Bennett assists them during a garden blessing at St. James United Methodist Church last Sunday.
Bryson McInnis, 2, and his brother Nolan McInnis, 7, dig a hole for a cabbage plant as church member Sherry Bennett assists them during a garden blessing at St. James United Methodist Church last Sunday. jhknight@newsobserver.com
Bryson McInnis, 2, and his brother Nolan McInnis, 7, dig a hole for a cabbage plant as church member Sherry Bennett assists them during a garden blessing at St. James United Methodist Church last Sunday. jhknight@newsobserver.com

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