May Schedule Announced For Jim Ricketts And Crystle Elam Performances

Friday, April 26, 2013

Here is the schedule for May performances by Jim Ricketts and Crystle Elam:

Wed. May 1st First Baptist Church Dayton, Tn. 6:45 AM EST
"Prayer Breakfast Program"
231 Third Ave.

Thursday May 2nd Cowboy Church Sweetwater, Tn. 6:00 PM EST

Saturday May 4th God's House Rossville, Ga. 2:00 PM EST
301 E. Gordon Ave

Saturday May 4th Gospel Singing Hall Dayton, Tn. 6:00 PM EST
Rhea county Hwy

Sunday May 5th Antioch Baptist Church Venore, Tn. 10:00 AM EST
Antioch Church Road

Sunday May 5th Everlasting Life Church Englewood, Tn. 6:00 PM EST
311 South Amhurst

Thursday May 9th McDonald's Restaurant Dayton, Tn. 6:00 PM EST
3034 Rhea County Hwy

Saturday May 11th Strawberry Festival Dayton, Tn. 11:15 AM EST
Main Street

Saturday May 18th Poplar Springs Baptist Church Loudon, Tn. 7:00 PM EST
19000 Poplar Springs Road

Sunday May 19th Grace Memorial Church Madisonville, Tn. 11:00 AM EST
Ball Play Road

Sunday May 19th South Liberty Baptist Church Athens, Tn. 6:00 PM EST
505 County Road 655

Friday May 24th Sequatchie County High School Dunlap, Tn. 7:00 PM CST
"Ivan Parker Concert"
7067 SR 28

Saturday May 25th Freedom Tribe Ministry Spring City, Tn. 12:00 PM EST
5929 Old Dixie Hwy

Saturday May 25th Nonaburg House of Prayer Englewood, Tn. 7:00 PM EST
Hwy 39 East

Sunday May 26th Canaan Baptist Church Chattanooga, Tn. 11:00 AM EST
4318 13th Ave

Sunday May 26th Union Ave. Baptist Church Chattanooga, Tn. 6:00 PM EST

Friday May 31st The Barn Hixson, TN. 6:00 PM EST
6323 Middle Valley Road

For more information, call 423 421-4269, email, visit the Facebook page at JimRicketts CrystleElam.

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