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VIDEO: C-N SPOTS trips catch the attention of Knoxville’s WBIR-Channel 10

A Carson-Newman spring break missions team serves in Knoxville.

A Carson-Newman spring break missions team serves in Knoxville.

Carson-Newman University’s recent SPOTS trips caught the attention of Knoxville’s WBIR- Channel 10. Volunteers who serve on the outreach ministry trips spend their spring break helping those in need. The NBC affiliate followed a Carson-Newman team serving in the Knoxville area for the station’s Live at 5 at 4 program.

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