Hamilton County Baptist Association Senior Adult Talent Program At Bayside Baptist

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The Senior Adult Council of the Hamilton County Baptist Association is planning a program of senior adult talent for the 2013 Seniors Have Talent Spring Fling on Thursday, March 21, at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary at Bayside Baptist Church, 6100 Highway 58, Harrison. A meal will follow the talent program. 

Reservations are $6 each and are due by Friday, March 15. Make your reservation by paying Jennifer at Bayside. Talent entries (instrumentals, singing solo or groups) must be submitted to David Myers of HCBA by calling 267-3794 by March 11. No judging, no contest; just sharing senior adult talents for mutual enjoyment.

St. Patrick’s Day Soup and Chili Dinner will be Thursday, March 14, at 6 p.m. at Bayside. Bring your favorite pot of soup or chili, dessert, cornbread, etc. for a delicious pot luck meal with great entertainment to follow. Please sign up on the Senior Adult bulletin board in the Senior Hallway. Prizes awarded for the best soup, chili, and dessert. Drinks provided.


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