Pacific Southwest Conference – Nome and Golovin

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CHICAGO, IL (April 17, 2009) – So far the Pacific Southwest Conference has sent $5,467 from churches, and other congregations also have sent money individually, says Superintendent Evelyn Johnson.

Roughly 145 people lived in Golovin, according to the 2000 census. Golovin Covenant church was founded in 1984 and has a weekly attendance of 10, according to the Covenant Yearbook.

Nome at one time was the most populous city in Alaska. The Nome Covenant Church was formed in 1948 and has an attendance of 140.

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