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Second Christian Christmas meal well attended

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By Ed Waggener

Some 50 people attended the Second Christian Church Christmas dinner, Christmas Day, 2013.

Food was furnished by member Foster Graves, the schedule was coordinated by Trustee Billy Wheat. The food was prepared and served by Shirley Jones, Dean Walkup, Lib Williams, and Shirlene Ingram, and Nina Cheatham.


Dinner included turkey/dressing, ham, corn, green beans, pasta salad, macaroni/cheese, bread provided by Chico Mitchell, and a variety of desserts, including zucchini bread, apple pie, pecan pie, and cheese cake - all homemade.

The attendance may have been down a few people, Dean Walkup, said, because of the colder weather this year, but it was still a memorable occasion.

The meal was served in Second Christian Church's beautiful dining room.
Second Christian Church listing in CM DIRECTORY of CHURCHES
SECOND CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 828 Burkesville Street, on the Pike. Columbia, KY. Pastor Kenny Carter. Sunday School 10amCT. Sunday Morning Worship 11:30amCT. Wednesday Service 7pmCT. Everybody welcome.



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Annual Christmas Dinner at Second Christian



2013-12-25 - Second Christian Church, 828 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Shirley Jones left and Dean Walkup presided over the annual Christmas Dinner at Second Christian Church, along with Lib Williams and Shirlene Ingram, not photographed.
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Annual Christmas Dinner at Second Christian - Poinsettia



2013-12-25 - Second Christian Church, 828 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. A poinsettia, on a background of purple altar cloth, was one of the festive Christmas decorations for the dinner set by the host Seond Christian Church.
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Just Desserts: at Second Christian Annual Christmas Dinner



2013-12-25 - Second Christian Church, 828 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. The Christmas Feast set for guests at the Christmas dinner at Second Christian Church included, in the center, Cheesecake topped with cherries, and, clockwise from bottom right, pecan pie, red velvet cake (by Nina Cheatham), zucchini bread, and apple pie. he main course was turkey/dressing, ham, green beans, pasta salad, cornbread, slaw, and mac & cheese. - EW
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Christmas dinner isn't Christmas without kids



2013-12-25 - Second Christian Church, 828 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Darius Wilson 3, left, the guy with the gazillion dollar smile, above, his somewhat shy brother; James, 5; and big brother Anthony, 11, who is already at ACES. Their baby sister, Aniya, 1, another real cutie, was just to shy to even be in the photo. They are the children of James and Amanda Wilson, who were in attendance at the Christmas Day gathering at Second Christian Church. - EW
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