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The Flynn Christian Fellowship Home received a check for $4,500 from the Wilson County Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. The funds will be used to bring in professionals in the recovery community to conduct bimonthly group classes. The classes will focus on family unification strategies and life skills such as anger management and financial management. From left are Jimmy Miller, Flynn Home board chairman; Phil Batts, president-elect of the Wilson County ABC board; Paul Farris, president of the Wilson County ABC board; and Earl Reaves, director of the Flynn Home.