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ETCG Toy Run/Food Drive, Joaquin FUMC Motorcycle Rally

 

Joaquin First United Methodist Church Motorcycle Rally December 9,10, 11,2016
 
Gather all you family members, friends and neighbors and come join us for a fun filled day. The East Texas Chopper Guys (ETCG) Toy Run/Food Drive will be held Saturday December 10, at The Joaquin First United Methodist Church (Just over the railroad tracks in Joaquin)
 
Joaquin First United Methodist Church is also having their first motorcycle rally, December 9,10, 11th. For those of you who would like to camp out they will have fire pits, wiener roast, smores, Picking/Singing around the camp fire Friday and Saturday night and Church Services Sunday morning.
 
Events for the day for ETCG:
•    Car show, Bike Show, and Tractor show will take place.  Sign in starts at 10:00 AM. Skippy makes some very unique trophies.  Bring your ride out and see if you can take one of these Trophies home!!
•    Parade-1:00 Sign up at School 12 o'clock.
•    Rumor has it, the jolly fella in the red suit (Santa) will be there about 2 o’clock.
•    Games for the children( Ms Teresa does such a good job with the kids)
•    Free Stockings filled with goodies for the kids
•    Cakewalk
•    Raffle items, some really nice items again this year -.
•    Auction items (There will be some AWESOME ITEMS)
•    Food Vendor (G&N Scooter Shack)
 
We ask everyone to bring a New Unwrapped toy, or canned good, or a cash donation. We appreciate anything and everything!! All donations go to Gail Samford Joaquin Christian Services. There are so many children in Shelby County that need extra help, not just at Christmas time but year round. Gail Samford not only helps make sure these children have a Merry Christmas, but she helps them through the year. Our group does our best to help make things easier for her to help these children year round.
 
Thank you for your support in advance
 
Any questions please call Nancy Stevens  936-269-3661

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