Barbourville holds Christmas Tree lighting ceremony

December 10, 2014

[Best_Wordpress_Gallery gallery_type=”thumbnails” theme_id=”1" gallery_id=”9" sort_by=”order” image_column_number=”4" images_per_page=”30" image_title=”hover” image_enable_page=”1" thumb_width=”180" thumb_height=”90" popup_width=”800" popup_height=”500" popup_effect=”none” popup_interval=”5" popup_enable_filmstrip=”1" popup_filmstrip_height=”70" popup_enable_ctrl_btn=”1" popup_enable_fullscreen=”1" popup_enable_comment=”1" popup_enable_facebook=”1" popup_enable_twitter=”1" popup_enable_google=”1" watermark_type=”none” watermark_link=”0"]


Barbourville’s official Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday, Dec. 6, began in the district courtroom of the courthouse. UNITE chair Claudia Greenwood welcomed everyone to the annual celebration, after which Bro. Leonard Lester, Pastor of First Advent Christian Church of Barbourville, gave an opening prayer.

The Community Choir, which included members of the First Baptist Church of Artemus, Scalf Chapel Pentecostal Church, Turkey Creek Baptist Church, Springfield Baptist Church and Locust Grove Baptist Church entertained everyone with songs of the season. The choir was under the direction of Eryleen Hammons with pianist Teresa Doan, and was organized by Quetha Boles.

The content you are trying to view is available only to subscribers. Please log-in or go to Register to subscribe today!

Thank you.