GRAVETTE Everyone in Sulphur Springs is invited to help plan two special upcoming events sponsored by the Sulphur Springs Special Events, Inc. committee.
The fourth annual Dessert Auction fundraiser will be held Sunday, November 22, at 3 p.m. at the old school gym in Sulphur Springs. All of the proceeds will be used to benefit local persons in need during the coming holiday season, said Haidee Larson, for the committee. “We will also be accepting canned good donations.”
The twenty-third annual Progressive Dinner withcaroling and a candlelight service will be held Saturday, December 5. The evening activities will start at 5 p.m. in the City Park.
Persons who can help to plan these events or who wish to submit names of persons who may have needs are being encouraged to attend the committee’s weekly meetings which are held every Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Shiloh Conference Center dining hall.
For information contact Mike Larson, Jr., 479-298-3809, or Judy Simon, public relations officer, 298-1306.
Community Thanksgiving Dinner Will Be Served At Gravette Church of Christ
Gravette Church of Christ will serve a Thanksgiving dinner for the community on Saturday, November 21, at the church located at 202 Irving Street S.W. The dinner will be served from 2 to 6 p.m.
“Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful and a time to share and we would love to share with you in a traditional Thanksgiving dinner,” the church said. “Holidays are a time of joy and so often we find ourselves dragged down in this fast paced world.
If you would like to join us in a Thanksgiving dinner please R.S.V.P. by November 17 by calling 479-787-6459.
“If you know someone who needs a little joy let us know so we can share with them. Free transportation will be provided. Please leave message if no answer.”
A fourth annual “Indian-White Man” Thanksgiving will be held all day, Saturday, November 21, at the Civic Center in Gravette.
This will be an all-day event starting at about 10 a.m. when a group from Tahlequah will arrive.
There will be Cherokee gospel singing, basket weaving, finger weaving and Indian storytelling during the day.
A covered dish dinnerwill be served at noon with the turkey being furnished. Persons attending are asked to bring a covered dish, such as vegetable, salad or dessert.
Persons who come early will be able to make a basket for themselves. There is no charge for any of the materials or other activities. Everyone is welcome.
For information contact Kay Roberts, 787-3020, or Teresa Ford, 787-0398.
News, Pages 1 on 11/11/2009
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