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Bringing families home banquet

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BRINGING FAMILIES HOME BANQUET— Providential Credit Care Management, Inc. (PCCMI) will be hosting the third annual Home for the Harvest fundraiser. It will be held Saturday, Nov. 4 from 4-8:30 p.m. at the Williams Mission Center at Main Street Baptist Church, 517 Main Street. This year PCCMI will be focusing on community relations and continue to place emphasis on the Continuum of Care and critical needs of the community. The cost for the event is $35 for adults and children ages 15 and up. Children ages 14 and below will be $12. There will be a dinner, entertainment, keynote speaker and a raffle of special gifts from Farmers Bank and PCCMI. Attire is business casual.

Location Main Street Baptist Church