World Harvest to host block party

From Church Reports


This Saturday, Oct, 19, World Harvest Outreach Ministries will host a block party on Main Street, Eupora from 6-9 p.m.

The admission is free. Special guest entertainment will be Excalibur of Eddie James Ministries, Church House of Refuge FWC, West Point worship and dance teams, as well as World Harvest’s praise and worship team.

There will be face painting, an inflatable jumper and an inflatable slide provided by Tater Grace Inflatables. Food concessions will be for sale including hot dogs, boiled peanuts, hamburgers, barbecue chicken and rib plates, jambalaya, boiled peanuts, popcorn, cotton candy, cupcakes and drinks by food vendors: Pig-N-Out barbecue, Jack’s Peanuts, Vanessa’s Sweet Treats and Myrna Crittenden. Non-food vendors will also be available with monogrammed bags and gifts by Leanne McGarr.

These business merchants will also be open that night for your shopping conveniences: Eupora Jewelry & Gifts, Maryetta’s, Amazing Grace and The Old Stone Station.

Sponsors for this year’s event include Coca-Cola, Sonic, Southern Belle, Los Encinos, Evergreen Ag, Meek Insurance Agency, Eye Clinic of Eupora, Maryetta’s, SuperValu of Eupora, Palmer’s Service Center, Palmer Properties, Chancery Clerk Russ Turner, Tax Assessor/Collector Barbara Gore, Cain Clinic, Keith Hudspeth, Bert Parish of State Farm Insurance, Sandra W. Dewberry Insurance Agency, Webster Finance Inc., George Mitchell Jr. Attorney, Hugh Gibson Attorney at Law, Piggly Wiggly of Mathiston and Central Service Grill.

Door prizes will be given away throughout the event this year by these merchants: Stylz by Megan, Hatlee’s, The Sandwich Shoppe, Eupora Jewelry & Gifts, Mathiston Cleaner, Serenity Spa & Tanning, The Old Stone Station and Gallery, Jan’s Place, The Bent Can, Reflections Style Shop, Pepper’s Race II, Amazing Grace Apparel, Maryetta’s, May’s Total Car Care, Subway and Fred’s.

Please bring your lawn chairs and enjoy a fun-filled Christian-based family event. This is going to be huge! If you have any questions, please, call 662-744-5240.