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SECC2The official opening of Southeastern Carolina Crossroads will be celebrated this Sunday, June 28th, from 2 pm until 4 pm with an Open House to show off all the Lord has given to help those with addiction problems. The entire campus will be open and guests will be able to tour the facility.
Bruce Cannon, Director of Missions with the Baptist Association said, “A brief ceremony will be held just after 2 pm with Rep. William Brisson, who was instrumental in us getting the facility, speaking along with David Chestnutt, Executive Director and myself. Light refreshments will be served to those who attend.”
Carolina Crossroads provides, “Help and Hope Over Addiction for Men.” The goal for the Open House is to have a huge turn out and inform as many as possible about the services this ministry offers.
The address is 1086 Susie Sandhill Road, Elizabethtown.
One suggestion Cannon made was, if possible, churches should bring a van and have church members car pool, instead of individual cars since parking is somewhat limited. Save the date and plan to attend to show your support for this worthy mission.
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