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Holy Week celebration announced

The annual Holy Week celebration will be held in Columbia March 26-30.

Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy the community fellowship and devotionals each day beginning at 12 noon. Lunch is free.

The celebration will be held inside Hills Game Room, 410 Railroad Street, across from Rowsom’s Funeral Home.

On Good Friday those attending will be invited to walk the Stations of the Cross.

The Holy Week Celebration is sponsored by Concerned Citizens of Tyrrell County along with local churches.

Organizers welcome all local churches to participate. Call 252-796-9798 for more information

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