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Spring Break trip to Atlanta

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Atlanta trip details

Monday, March 18th, 2013

The Shady Grove Baptist Church Praise Singers will sponsor a fellowship and educational trip to Atlanta, Georgia, during Spring Break. The trip is open to anyone who would like to attend. Children must be accompanied by parents/adults.

A. The dates are: Friday and Saturday, April 5th and 6th. Leaving on Friday morning at approximately 6:00 a.m. and returning Saturday evening.

B. Sightseeing will include:

  • Dr. Martin Luther King Center/ Museum/Amphitheater (no cost)
  • King Gravesite (no cost)
  • Ebenezer Baptist Church (King’s Church) Museum (no cost)
  • New Ebenezer Baptist Church (pending no planned church events) (No cost)
  • The World of Coke (new facilities) with great tours
  • Underground Atlanta
  • Mall of Georgia and more. . . . .

C. Charter Bus Seat Price $50/ Due Immediately

Contacts:

Hyacinth Phillips/Coordinator – 490-0268
Bridget Rainey/Coordinator – 490-7673
Mary Jones/ Director – 490-1027

D. Hotel – Make personal hotel reservations/Pay upon arrival

Embassy Suites Kennesaw Town Center

Telephone: 770-420-2505/ 620 Chastain Rd, NW/ or 1- 800 EMBASSY

$99.00 plus tax
2-room suite /(two King beds ) sleeps 4-6 people and includes a complimentary manager’s reception on that Friday night, and complimentary breakfast buffet on Saturday morning.

Trip to Washington

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009

SGBCinDC

Shady Grove Baptist Church members along with family and friends recently traveled to Washington, D.C., and spent four days of sightseeing  in the nation’s capital.  The group posed for pictures on the steps of the United States Capitol with South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn.

Attending a premier performance of the Broadway Show “The Color Purple” at The Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts with the return of American Idol star Fantasia Barrino was also a thrilling event.  The last day of the trip was spent worshipping with the First Baptist Church of Georgetown, where Vernell Knuckles Knox, sister of music minister Mary Knuckles Jones, has been a member for many years. (Click photo to enlarge)

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