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9th Annual Cowboy Christmas Concert Coming to Oakhurst

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OAKHURST — Get ready everyone, because the 9th Annual Cowboy Christmas Concert is coming to the Oakhurst Lutheran Church on Sunday, December 4, with performances at 2:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Tim Johnson has put together another great Cowboy Christmas Concert this year. The Cowboy Band of Tim Johnson, Keith Johnson, Cliff Neufield, Candy Cobb, Cheryl Bilieu, Lamar Leathers, and ...

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Oakhurst Lutheran to Hold Annual Flag Day Celebration

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OAKHURST — Oakhurst Lutheran Church will be holding its annual Flag Day celebration on Flag Day, Tuesday, June 14th. The celebration begins with a fundraising dinner for Semper Fi at 6 p.m. The dinner will include a pulled pork sandwich, chips, and water for a suggested $10.00 donation. All profits from the dinner will go to Semper Fi. The dinner is being ...

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Celebrating Flag Day At Oakhurst Lutheran

OAKHURST — Continuing a tradition began in 2009, Oakhurst Lutheran Church will hold a celebration in honor of Flag Day on Thursday, June 14. As usual, the touching event will take place in the memorial garden at the church, with a ceremony at the veterans’ monument, starting with dinner at 6 p.m. This year’s inspirational speaker will be Ed Bates. Dinner ...

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Holiday Spirit Abounds At Cowboy Christmas Concert

OAKHURST — Once again, the Oakhurst Lutheran Church has a special Cowboy Christmas Concert planned to get everyone in the holiday spirit on Sunday, Dec. 10. There will be two performances, one at 2:30 p.m., and a second at 6:30 p.m. The concerts feature Bobby Black, Tim Johnson, Candie Cobb, and Wendy LeBlanc. Bobby Black is a world renowned master ...

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Flag Day Celebration At Oakhurst Lutheran Church

OAKHURST — Continuing a tradition held since 2009, Oakhurst Lutheran Church will hold a celebration in honor of Flag Day on Wednesday, June 14. Again this year, the event will take place in the memorial garden at the church, with the ceremony at the veterans’ monument, starting with dinner at 6 p.m. Dinner and dessert includes a tri-tip sandwich, chips, soda and ...

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