Lebanon Road’s 2011 theme is “Greater Things.” For an introduction and video to this theme, click here. Each Thursday, we are highlighting a different area in which we are striving for greater things.
November means Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a time for remembering and giving back. And Lebanon Road does that each year in a grand way.
This Friday night, we will have our annual Harvest Banquet, where we give back to our senior saints. Our members who are age 60 and older are invited to attend this great night, in which we provide a huge meal and some great entertainment. It is one of the real highlights of our year at Lebanon Road.
Each year, a delicious Thanksgiving meal is made for the 100 or so of our members who attend. Our fellowship hall is fully decorated to match the theme of the “show” for that year.
…and what a show it is!
After the meal, we provide a full hour-long program. In year’s past, we have done a Hee-Haw style show, a USO program, and (last year) The Ed Sullivan Show. I can’t tell you what the theme for this year is yet, because we do our best to keep it a secret until showtime!
The decorations are always amazing, and we have a lot of laughs. It is a joy to give back in this way to our members who continue to be faithful and provide a great example to us. Here is what the set looked like before our 2008 Hee-Haw program.
There is always room for one more helper, so for greater things to occur let us us know if you can help with this year’s Harvest Banquet!