Union Gospel Mission Announces 6th Annual Labor Day Free BBQ Fundraiser

Thursday, September 3, 2020
Union Gospel Mission announces their 6th annual Labor Day free BBQ Fundraiser.

They will be accepting donations and handing out gift certificates, cold drinks and a few other surprises at two locations on Monday from 1-3 p.m:

- 2114 Gunbarrel Road at the Maple Street Biscuit Company parking lot; and

- 5100 Hixson Pike, formerly Karl's Restaurant.

Volunteers are needed. Call 423-752-4998 or email mail@theuniongospelmission.org.

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