POINT PLEASANT — A local organization is planning to feed and entertain the public, once again, and all for free.
The Kitchen Table, a not-for-profit organization in Mason County, will be offering a free meal along with a gospel sing from 1-3 p.m. this Saturday at the First Church of God Ministry Center behind Wendy’s. On the menu are club sandwich, pasta salad, chips, fruit salad slush, angel food cake and drinks.
Featured at the sing will be some popular, well-known names in the community like Beth Rollins. Rollins, who is locally known for her powerful voice and performances, was also the featured singer at the memorial for the Silver Bridge Remembrance ceremony back in December.
In addition, Mason County Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman will sing for those in attendance. Eli Wilson, a popular local musician, will also be gracing the stage, and “tickling the ivories” will be well known and beloved retired educator, Albert Stephens. Stephens, known for his skills on the piano, won’t be singing but will be playing a few numbers for those in attendance.
The Kitchen Table, which brought the public the popular Lip Sync Battle back in April, has continued to offer free meals and fellowship in the community at least once a month. The organization is attempting to branch out across the county with different events meant to bring all members of the public together just as a kitchen table is supposed to do.
Again, the meal and gospel sing are free.
To find out more about The Kitchen Table, find them on Facebook.
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