Women’s Conference set for Oct. 18-19

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 Tickets are on sale now for the third annual Hokes Bluff Women’s Conference on Oct. 18-19 at Union 3 Baptist Church, 8765 Centre Road, Gadsden.
    The conference features Krista Black, Cassie Duncan Shields and Natalie Reed.
    Tickets are $40; $35 for students and women 55 or older. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 18 and 8:30 a.m. on Oct. 19. Lunch is provided on Oct. 19.
    “Krista Black is a singer, songwriter, and speaker from California. She has worked with Michael W. Smith, and is the author of the song ‘One Thing Remains,’” Cassie Shields said.
    “We would love for (all women) to be able to attend this event. I believe you will be blessed.”
    There is special ticket pricing for groups and for those who can only attend one day of the two-day conference.
    For those from churches outside Hokes Bluff, gourps of five or more ladies may purchase tickets for $30. Friday only tickets are $10, regardless of the age of the ticket purchaser. For those who wish to attend only the Saturday session of the conference, there is a $10 discount on all tickets.
    For more information about the conference, or to obtain tickets, call 256-492-4679 or 256-504-2727.
    The following churches are sponsoring the conference: First Baptist of Hokes Bluff; First United Methodist, Union 3 Baptist; Liberty United Methodist, Covenant Christian; New Bethel First Congregational Methodist; Cross Creek, Union Hill United Methodist; New Hope Baptist; Immanuel Baptist; Young’s Chapel Methodist; Wellspring Church of God; Sims Chapel; North Glencoe Baptist and Ford’s Valley Baptist Church.

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