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About: Thanksgiving dinners Rewarding work/Annual Thanksgiving dinner given by Columbia church of Christ Suzanne Rodgers letter


This is awesome! We had no idea there was a group/organization/individual in this community who had knowledge of this type of event!

We would like to issue a special plea for any individuals who has knowledge of the inner works of getting a dinner of this size together to please join us in our organizational meeting at the Chamber Building, 201 Burkesville ST, Columbia, KY, at 7pmCT,Thursday, August 5, 2010.

In the event, you have knowledge and can't meet with us; we would love to talk with you and get your input. Please call Jimmy or Sally Kemp (270) 384-4856. We want this to benefit our entire community and would welcome the involvement of anyone!

s/Jimmy and Sally Kemp

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