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(ADV) Patty Bunch at Ole Town Cafe, Knifley, KY tonight
I, Patty Dixon Bunch, would like to invite all my friends, family, and Knifley Grade School classmates to come join me Saturday night, April 18, 2009, at the Ole Town Cafe, 12190 Knifley RD, Knifley, KY. I have been invited to come sing. Since that was my first stage as a very young child, I am very excited to go back and sing again.
I hope to have my sisters and maybe more of my family come sing with me for a fews songs. I know we are in for a good time.
Randy and his wife would love for you to have supper, but it's not a requirement. Come by and pull up a chair and visit with us for a while.
The Ole Town Cafe is the converted Knifley Grade Center and is located on KY 551 about 15 miles out of Columbia. I hope to see you Saturday night! -PATTY DIXON BUNCH
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