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Dream Center graduates first students

The Central Kansas Dream Center is preparing to graduate its first three participants. Lisa Parr, program director, stands with Keith Harder, Shane Meeker and Anthony Schneider.

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The Central Kansas Dream Center, 2100 Broadway in the chapel, will graduate its first group at 2 p.m. this Sunday. The three students, who faced life altering addictions, will share their stories.
The Dream Center is a six month residential faith based ministry that began last summer. There is no cost to participants, and it is financed by donation.
There are currently six men and five women in the program, which is open to those with life controlling issues. Kimberly Becker directs the program.
“We get them plugged in to a church. They give back to the community,” said ...

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