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Why is there a court jester in front of Pearsall Presbyterian Church on Market Street? It just seems bizarre!

Mike Voorheis

Pearsall Memorial Presbyterian Church rents out its fellowship hall on occasion. During July, No Sleeves Magic rented the space for its magic camp. The jester is sort of an icon for No Sleeves Magic and can be used to help identify the camp’s location.

Information from: Sara Allen, elder at Pearsall Memorial Presbyterian Church


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