Nov. 14 Gospel Brunch will benefit Vineyard
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Hamp Brockman and Paul Cude will provide music for the Vineyard Gospel Brunch.
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Poesta Creek (the band, not the waterway) will provide the music for the Beeville Vineyard’s fifth annual Gospel Brunch on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 10 a.m. at the New Hope Christian Church fellowship hall, according to Vineyard director Bettye Hale.

Hamp Brockman, mandolin player, and Paul Cude, guitarist, are Poesta Creek’s local musicians. They expect some visiting musicians to join them for an hour or more of lively, foot-stomping, sing-along gospel music.

The brunch menu includes sausage and egg casserole, mixed fruit, homemade muffins, coffee, juice and milk, all prepared and donated by Vineyard board members and members of the churches which provide regular support for the local help agency.

Food will be served from 10 until 10:30, and the music will continue until around 11:30, allowing participants time to attend other events planned for the same day.

Tickets for the event are $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12. They may be purchased at the Vineyard or from any Vineyard board member.

New Hope Christian Church is located at 301 FM 351, across the highway from the Bee County Coliseum.

Proceeds from the Gospel Brunch are an important source of funds for the Vineyard, enabling the local organization to continue its mission of assisting those in need in the community.

“In these challenging economic times, more people are in need and less money is being given to the Vineyard,” Mrs. Hale commented. “The Gospel Brunch is one way we can raise the funds we need to keep our doors open. We hope it will be well-supported.”
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