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Dr. Ted Taylor will be principal speaker at Walmart Veterans Day

Breakfast is tomorrow, Wednesday, November 11, 2009

By Robin Smith

Dr. Ted Taylor, pastor of Columbia Baptist Church and Professor of Theology at Campbellsville University, will be the principal speaker at Walmart's 11th Annual Veteran's Day Breakfast and Program.

The program will be held on Wednesday, November 11, 2009, at Columbia Walmart, located at 2988 Burkesville RD, Columbia in the Holladay Place Shopping Center.

Adair County Circuit Clerk Dennis Loy, will welcome the veterans during the program. Bailey Brown will also be among the performers.

Breakfast will be outside, weather permitting

The breakfast and program will now be held outside in front of our store, weather permitting. Those attending the breakfast are advised to bring light jackets or sweaters if they feel that they will be too cool outside. Danny Bragg, the manager of Columbia Walmart Supercenter, said the weather is supposed to be nice Wednesday and and a large area will be roped off and there will be plenty of room.

Breakfast will be served beginning at 8amCT with the program to follow at 9amCT. All veterans and their families are cordially invited to attend. We look forward to seeing you there. For more information please contact Robin Smith, Event Coordinator, at (270) 384-4745. -Robin Smith

This story was posted on 2009-11-10 00:53:35
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