Apply ASAP for home repair help for the 2020 Christmas in April. April 25, 2020, will be the 30th year for our one day restoration and renovation blitz.
The volunteer organization rehabilitates the houses of low income, elderly, disabled and veteran homeowners. Applications may be picked up by local libraries and senior centers.
Also, on our web site www.christmasinaprilsmc.org. For more information call 301-884-2905.
The KnitWits of Hughesville Baptist Church will be holding their annual Fall craft fair and bake sale on Saturday, October 26, 2019, from 8 am until 3 pm.
Come check the latest Christmas creations from the talented ladies of the church. There will be homemade treats for the sweet tooth. The church is located at 8505 Old Leonardtown Road, Hughesville,
For more information call 301-274-3672 or 240-254-2765.
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