ROAR, Rural Organizing and Resilience, is joining with Marshall Presbyterian Church and Beacon of Hope to offer lunch to the Madison County community. All are welcome. This is not a fund raiser, there is no charge. The goal is to have Madison County community folks meet, break bread, and chat with other Madison County community folks. ROAR, Rural Organizing and Resilience formed in Madison County, NC in the Spring of 2017 in response to the need for a rural voice working for all who call these mountains home. ROAR works to strengthen connections and respect among all people in our mountain communities by countering systems of oppression through education, outreach, empowerment and mutual aid. Don't miss this opportunity!
Dicey, icy conditions around the county means the worship service for Sunday, January 20, is canceled.
We know you would figuratively break a leg to get here, but we don't want it to literally happen!
Stay home, stay warm, and we'll see you next week!
Marshall Presbyterian Church is the It-place to be for the annual Neighbors in Need Food Pantry and Crisis Organization benefit concert presented by Marshall's own Steve Davidowski and Friends! Every year we ask, "How can they possibly top last year's concert?" and every year they do!
Jazz and other genres are guaranteed to turn any frown upside down, so round up a couple of cans of food or bring a donation if you can and enjoy a great show while helping others weather the winter.
You snooze, you lose! Downbeat is at 7 p.m.;
see you there!😀
165 S. Main Street, Marshall, NC 28753; serving Marshall and Madison County for 120 years!