Ray’s Chapel Baptist Church Holds Mother-Daughter Banquet

May 4, 2008


Rays Chapel Baptist Church held a mother-daughter banquet over the weekend.

Ladies from the church brought their favorite dinner ware to decorate the tables. Themes consisted of frogs, teapots, butterflies, patriotic themes and more.

Ladies who attended the banquet were asked to vote on their favorite table, and the winner was awarded a prize.

There were also prizes awarded to the mothers who had the oldest and the youngest daughters with them.

The speaker, Jeanna Lankford, talked about how precious a thing to make good memories with our families. A video of favorite family pictures set to music was presented by Lisa Weaver of Memories-N-Motion. Mary Enfinger entertained everyone with song. The overall theme of this years event was Making Memories. Some of the men from church were on hand to help serve fried chicken and the fixins. A wonderful time was had by all.

The event was planned and organized by Teresa and Adrea Watford.

Click here for a complete photo gallery from the Ray’s Chapel Mother-Daughter Lunch.

Story and photos submitted by Ramona Preston for NorthEscambia.com. Click to enlarge.



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