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Holy Trinity hosts veterans event on Friday

There will be a Knights of Columbus Memorial Mass and Veteran’s Day Celebration at Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Friday. 

The evening will begin with the 6:30 p.m. Mass in which the Knights of Columbus will honor and remember those Knights who are no longer with us. After the Memorial Mass and Ceremony, the Holy Trinity choir will join with Music Alive in presenting a patriotic concert featuring songs that have inspired Americans through decades and are dear to the hearts of those who served their country. The evening will end with a reception for the relatives of our Fallen Knights and those remembering our veterans, with appropriate patriotic music, reminiscing and dancing.

There is no cost; the church just asks that you bring an appetizer or dessert to share at the reception and dance. Lemonade, tea and coffee will be provided. 

If there are any questions please contact Mike Vanairsdale 404-643-5852 or Candy Lacey 770-487-1658.

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