Holy Highway Girl’s Home Fundraiser Fish Fry

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Top: Chris Dickens, Exec. Asst. Tommy Neal, Deacon at Tabernacle Baptist Church Bottom: Pam Burton Dickens, Director/Founder Linda Williams, CEO

Top: Chris Dickens, Exec. Asst.
Tommy Neal, Deacon at Tabernacle Baptist Church
Bottom: Pam Burton Dickens, Director/Founder
Linda Williams, CEO

For 29 years, Holy Highway Girl’s Home has been helping girls who are having a difficult time in their present situation and need a place to go. For some girls, entering the program at Holy Highway is the last chance before legal action is taken against them. Director Pam Burton Dickens and her staff do “the work of angels” when it comes to working with these girls ages 12-17. Through their efforts, the lives of thousands of girls have been changed and even saved because of the unselfish devotion, care and protection that the young women receive at Holy Highway.
Currently there are 15 girls enrolled where they are continuing their educations, learning life skills and working on goals for completion of the one-year program. Numerous expenses are involved with the ministry, and that’s the purpose of this weekend’s third-annual fundraiser, an idea originated by Tommy Neal and his Sunday School class at Tabernacle Baptist Church.
The Fundraiser Fish Fry will be held on Saturday May 16, 2015 from 5-7pm at the home, located at Pickton,Texas at 166 CR 2391. For a donation, you can enjoy the meal as well as tour the campus. The girls will serve the meal, provide musical entertainment, and help auction the homemade pies and cakes they have made for the sale. Funds raised will help with resident’s needs, as well as be used to paint the chapel, repair dorms and fill potholes in the roads on the property. There are always needs at Holy Highway as well as blessings to those who share in it’s support. To find out more about Holy Highway Girls Home and Ministry, phone 903-866-3300.

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