Chamberlain Baptist Hosts Retirement Party For Mrs. White This Sunday

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Mrs. Ruth Ann White is retiring from her position as Church Secretary after 36 years of service to Chamberlain Baptist Church. She has worked alongside five pastors and many staff members throughout her career. Mrs. White will continue to serve as the Women on Missions Leader, Church Clerk, and Assistant Librarian. Her hobbies include leadership in a local Garden Club and visiting with others who are homebound. Recently Mrs. White was recognized by the Hamilton County Baptist Association as the longest serving church secretary.

Chamberlain Baptist Church is extending an invitation to the community in celebration of Mrs. White’s Retirement this Sunday, from 3:30 until 5:30 in the church’s Family Life Center. She will celebrate 36 years of service in addition to her birthday. Chamberlain Baptist Church is located at 4064 South Access Road, Chattanooga, 37406 between Bonny Oaks Drive and Amnicola Highway. For more information, call 624-4323.


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