International figure comes to Agape


Shelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, left to right, Agape CEO John Geissler, of Sidney, and book author Kenneth Bae talk during the Sidney - Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours held at Agape’s distribution center Thursday, Sept. 15. Bae was at the event signing his book Not Forgotten which talks about his time as a prisoner in North Korea. Tours were given of the Agape pantry.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, left to right, Agape CEO John Geissler, of Sidney, and book author Kenneth Bae talk during the Sidney – Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours held at Agape’s distribution center Thursday, Sept. 15. Bae was at the event signing his book Not Forgotten which talks about his time as a prisoner in North Korea. Tours were given of the Agape pantry.

Shelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, left to right, Agape CEO John Geissler, of Sidney, and book author Kenneth Bae talk during the Sidney – Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours held at Agape’s distribution center Thursday, Sept. 15. Bae was at the event signing his book Not Forgotten which talks about his time as a prisoner in North Korea. Tours were given of the Agape pantry.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN092216AgapeAuthor.jpgShelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, left to right, Agape CEO John Geissler, of Sidney, and book author Kenneth Bae talk during the Sidney – Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours held at Agape’s distribution center Thursday, Sept. 15. Bae was at the event signing his book Not Forgotten which talks about his time as a prisoner in North Korea. Tours were given of the Agape pantry. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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