Each One Reach One celebration Saturday in Brundidge
Published 3:00 am Saturday, July 13, 2019
The 7th Annual “Each One Reach One Celebration” is set for Saturday, July 20 in downtown Brundidge and everyone of all ages is invited.
Karen Rouse, committee chair, said a full day of activities is planned beginning at 10 a.m. with a parade along Main Street.
There is still time to enter the parade and everyone is invited to join the fun of the parade by calling 334-344-0964 with a description of the entry.
“Following the parade, we will begin our program with three outstanding motivational speakers, Rouse said. “Dr. Michael Bevins, a physician with Urology Centers of Alabama, Sherika Gray, who oversees the Harvest Time Outreach Ministries in Decatur, and Lydia Mardenborough, a senior vice president at Citibank, will be our featured speakers with special music by The Joiner Family. The program will be outstanding. We look forward to hearing these outstanding motivational speakers and the inspirational music of The Joiner Family.”
Rouse said the Each One Reach One Celebration will also feature a give-away for kids including 1,000 pairs of socks and also shoes, backpacks and a variety of school supplies.
“There are lot of children who live in single parent homes and these give-aways are a real blessing for them,” Rouse said. “We will also have care boxes for the elderly, the homeless and single parents.
“The National Guard will hand out slices of pizza, hotdogs and slices of watermelon and, for the kids, there will be bouncy houses. Also, young boys will be able to get their hair cut on site for free and there will be a time of free play for the kids.”
The day’s events will also include a baking contest and some of the area’s best cooks will vie for top honors with their cakes, cookies and pies.
“We encourage the community to come out Saturday and let’s all ‘Each One Reach On’ and, in so doing, make our community and our world a better place for all of us,” Rouse said.
Dr. S.D. James is the leader of the annual “Each One Reach One” celebration and his leadership and support are greatly appreciated throughout the Pike County community and far beyond, Rouse said.
“Dr. James’ influence has been making a difference in the lives of countless people for more than 30 years. We want to recognize him on Saturday for all he does to make the world a better place.”