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Sulphur Well UMC fundraiser is Sat 11 Mar 2017

Funds raised will benefit RFL and 8th grader at Metcalfe County Middle School currently undergoing cancer treatment.
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By Charlotte Atkins

Sulphur Well Methodist Church, 1755 Sulphur Well-knob Lick Road, Edmonton, KY in Historic Sulphur Well in Metcalfe County will host a fund raiser, 5:30pam-7pmCT, Saturday, March 11, 2017, for their Relay for Life team and the McKinley Crain family. McKinley is an 8th grade student at MCMS currently under going cancer treatments.

A Meal consisting of Baked Ham, Potatoes, Green Beans, Apples, Roll, Dessert and a Beverage will be served starting at 5:30pam-7pmCT or until we run out of food. Meal cost is donation only.

Silent Auction will run from 5:30pam-7pmCT. Baskets and individual items will be available to bid on.

For more information call Shane Coffey at 270-565-1194 or Charlotte Atkins at 270-565-4515. --Charlotte Atkins

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