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A free concert in Harriman’s Princess Theater today, Nov. 30, aims to put people in the Christmas spirit.
The concert, which starts at 7 p.m., will be given by a gospel homecoming choir from many churches in Roane and Morgan counties.
A love offering will be accepted to support Hands of Mercy in Kingston and Storehouse Ministries of Wartburg.
“Christmas is so much more than gift-giving,” noted Kay Johnson, one of the concert organizers. “It’s a time to be together and remember the real reason for Christmas. It’s a time to be with family and friends and show that America still loves their own and takes time to give to those in need.”
She added, “This is a great way to give to those who are less fortunate during this wonderful holiday season. We do not realize how many people may not have a Christmas dinner without the support of others.”
The first part of the program will be Southern gospel. Following an intermission will be bluegrass music, with Christmas tunes to close out the performance.
Call Piney Baptist Church in Oakdale at 423-369-3612 or Teresa McGee at 423-369-2122 for details.