SingleVision will hold a potluck dinner and Travel Film with Claude Kelly Monday, March 18, in the First Broad Street United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall in Kingsport.
Please bring a food item to share, along with a serving utensil and a beverage for yourself. The dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the program will begin at 7:15 p.m. There is no charge for the program.
After dinner, settle back and travel with Kelly to “Falling for North Georgia” and “Tennessee’s Southeast Corner.” The audience members will get to explore the areas around Helen, Ga., and its many scenic waterfalls, and around the Ocoee River in Tennessee — Copper Hill, Turtle Town and other scenic communities. Both areas could be considered a day trip destination, so come enjoy the beautiful scenery and history presented in this program.
Kelly is an expert photographer, teaches classes and heads up the Camera Club at the Kingsport Senior Center.
No reservations are required for this program.
In addition, SingleVision will hold a dinner and Easter Meditation with the Rev. Spurgeon McCartt, Monday, March 25, at 6:30 p.m. in the Wesley Wing, Room L44, at First Broad Street United Methodist Church in Kingsport.
McCartt is a favorite speaker with much wisdom, deep understanding and many experiences to share.
McCartt will be sharing meditations and reflections on Lent and Easter. For the cost of $6, dinner will be served. Please call 224-1502 by noon on Friday, March 22, for dinner reservations. No reservations are required for McCartt’s program.