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Sponsored by Mayme Carmichael School Organization, Inc., Join us February 11, 2018-Noon-3p.m., at DAV, 530 Kingston Ave. in Oliver Springs for a Soul food fundraiser. You won't get a better lunch anywhere else! Choose to Dine-In or Order Your Plate to Go! Tickets are $15/adult & $10/child (aged 4-11). Children 3 and under eat free!
So please bring your family and friends to this festive event! You may purchase your tickets in advance or at the door!
For those of you who are not in the area and may not be able to attend-- donations are always welcome OR how about a meal on you? You may purchase tickets for your local family and friends to enjoy this dining experience! A Fundraiser to Benefit the Development of the African American Museum in Oliver Springs.
For additional information on Soul Food Sunday, February 11, 2018 contact: Mary Brooks 865-435-6686, Faye Curd, 865-719-7347, Clara Hughes 865-482-3478, or Julia Daniel 865-789-0846.