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"I Remember You" Day For Service Members

The First Baptist Church West in Lawton is hosting its annual worship service honoring military men and woman. This year's theme is "I Remember You".

The program will include patriotic hymns and songs, and a "Video Roll Call" featuring pictures of all military members who belong to the church.

Lawton Mayor Fred Fitch and State Rep. T. W. Shannon are special guests in the program.

All service members are encouraged to wear their uniforms.



Event Schedule:

  9-10 a.m.: Breakfast

 10-10:30 a.m.: Refreshments in the foyer

 10:30 a.m.: Special Independence Day celebration


For more information, call the church's Minister of Music and Assimilation Doug Snook at 580-536-4227.


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