Harrison Lake Gospel Drive-In open for season 2011.06.15

Written by David Green.

The Harrison Lake Gospel Drive-In will celebrate its 46th season when it opens June 19. The Sunday evening concerts are sponsored by the Olive Branch Christian Union Church and are under the direction of Pastor Joseph Redmond.

The concerts begin at 7 p.m. The drive-in is located on the south side of Harrison Lake on Fulton County Road M. The public is invited to attend and either sit in their cars or in lawn chairs to enjoy the gospel music. A free-will offering will be accepted.

Following is the concert schedule:

June 19—David Spiess and Blue Grass Praise; June 26—Ron Landers; July 3—Charles and Karen Dulaney; July 10—Paul and Denise Baker; July 17—Denominations; July 24—Elwyn Bates; July 31—Diane Currier Trio; Aug. 7—Ed Roth and Country Pals; Aug. 14—Trinity; Aug. 21—Joe Bohner and Gospel Song Crafters; and Aug. 28—Steve Raymond Family.

In case of rain, concerts will be performed at Olive Branch Christian Union Church, located at the corner of Route 127 and County Road P.

For more information, call the church at 419/237-2015.

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