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Lifestyles & Community

July 11, 2012

Never Fade to perform at Full Gospel Tabernacle

Kirksville News

KIRKSVILLE — Hello everyone. Another great event is coming to Full Gospel Tabernacle on Saturday at 7 p.m.

Never Fade, a bluegrass gospel group from Florida, will be singing God’s praises.

This group heard about our little community all the way in Florida. They will be driving from Florida just to perform for us. Make an effort to come out and hear some great music. We need to hold up our reputation of being a great friendly community. We are Kirksville USA.

I can understand how Kirksville and Poosey are thought of as great places. We are a loving community.

Gilead Baptist Church is having its Back to School Bash on July 29 from 6-8 p.m. There will be a water slide, games and hot dogs.

Of course, the main purpose is to show God’s love by helping parents with school supplies. Every kid will get a “give-away gift bag.”

Full Gospel Tabernacle will be having its Back to School Bash on Aug. 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They will be serving hamburger and hot dogs.

They will have a pre-packaged bag of school supplies, age specific, for each child who attends. They hope to provide at least two outfits consisting of new or gently-used items. They also are excited that they have a variety of good shoes that will be offered as well.

This economy is tough, so, parents, if you need a helping hand or just a boost, now would be a great time to visit either the Gilead Church or Full Gospel Tabernacle. The churches are offering a great variety in distribution times to fit any schedule. The children can eat and have a great time.

I know the churches would accept any school supply donation or monetary donation for purchase of those supplies.

Josh Logan will be in concert July 20 at Kirksville Community Center at 7 p.m. A country-western dance also is planned. It will be lots of fun. Stop by the concession stand.

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