Holy Highway Fish Fry is Saturday May 14

The Holy Highway Girls Home in Pickton, Texas will benefit from an annual major fundraiser, and you are invited to help the cause. The Fish Fry with all the trimmings and the Auction, hosted by Tabernacle Baptist Church in Pickton, is set for Saturday May 14 , 2016 from 5-7pm.  The church location is 9985 FM 269, just off Highway 11 E. You may eat by donation, and tables of 10 are available at $100. During the evening, you will meet the Holy Highway residents, hear their testimonies and songs, and enjoy a country music concert by Larry and Tracy Neal. There will also be auctions of homemade desserts and donated items. For details, phone Tommy Neal at 903-243-3925 or Pastor Mike Haun at Tabernacle Baptist Church at 903-866-2315.

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Holy Highway has been in operation for 29 years, founded by Pam Burton who answered a call to this mission. Today Linda Williams is Director and Chris Dickens is Assistant Director. Holy Highway is a non-denominational private Christina home, worship center,  and school located on a working farm at Pickton, Texas. The home assists girls ages 12-17 to overcome substance abuse, physical and emotionally abusive situations. The home is state-licensed but accepts no money from the State. The home operates on personal and private donations, helping girls with tuition whose families have no available finances and girls who have no family support. Many of these girls choose to stay at Holy Highway for a time after graduation to finish school, prepare for college and transition into independent living. Many graduates of Holy Highway support the ministry by donations of food, money, clothing and personal items that girls may need. Holy Highway girls have come from all over the United States and several countries. There have been over 800 graduates and hundreds more whose lives have been changed through this ministry.


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Holy Highway Director Linda Williams, Assistant Director Chris Dickens, Founder Pam Burton and Tabernacle Baptist Church Pastor Mike Haun.

Author: Enola Gay

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