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Updated: 06/11/2014 08:00:03AM

CSC shows how it can help

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PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Mihcelle Rose and Julie Briggs from Trinity Medical Center were among the people on hand at Saturday's Community Summer Kickoff at the Church Service Center.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Sophia Islas, 2, lets the Nerf football fly at the Football Toss Game Saturday while Nicole Rodrigeuz, 4, waits for her turn. There was a Community Summer Kickoff at the Church Service Center.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Christine Lanier gets her temperature checked by Jeannie Grier Saturday at the Community Summer Kickoff at the Church Service Center.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Dorian Torrence, 10, complete with a blue dinosaur face, takes a shot at the basketball game at the Community Summer Kickoff Saturday at the Church Service Center.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Big mouths back and forth. Megan Kilns, who was at the Community Summer Kickoff Saturday at the Church Service Center, and David Stickney Jr. were enamored with each other. Of course, this kept Kilns, who owns Fun Faces, from painting faces for a short time.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

There were a few raffles held Saturday at the Church Service Center's Community Summer Kickoff. Here, Maria Hareell reads off numbers as CSC Executive Director Rusty Music helps.

By JEFF ROSLOW

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The Church Service Center may have — to some small degree — accomplished its goal of letting people know it is here to help.

The proof of that came on Saturday when hundreds of people appeared during Community Summer Kickoff Saturday at the CSC, 495 E. Summerlin St. While many of those attending currently are clients, there were many newcomers who showed up and learned of the advantages they could gain from the agency, said Executive Director Rusty Music.

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