All women and men in the community are invited to the spring meeting of ‘Something Worthwhile’ on March 3 in the Life Center of Epworth Church, 4th and Iowa in Chickasha. 

The activities of ‘Something Worthwhile’ begin promptly at 6 p.m. and end by 8 p.m. Vi Bassett and her cooking team will be preparing and serving the meal.  

The evening will include warm Christian fellowship, a delicious meal, beautiful music, an inspirational speaker and an opportunity to win door prizes.

In order to prepare enough food and to plan for adequate seating, reservations must be made by 3 p.m. on Feb. 28.

All reservations and cancellations are made by calling Paula Gibson at (405) 224-2879.  

The meal cost is $6.50 and is paid at the door.  Late reservations, if space is available, may be accepted at a cost of $7.50.  

Please honor your reservation, but if unable to attend, call Paula or share it with a friend.

Immediately following dinner, T.A. (Tim) Brauer will be performing some of his favorite songs for the guests. Tim, a Chickasha native, began his musical journey at age 6 when he began the formal study of piano under the tutelage of Mrs. Charles (Bernice) Smith and later with Mr. Raymond Culp.  He continued his studies of the piano, trumpet and along the way, added guitar to the mix.  While attending college, Brauer began performing professionally as a pianist and has continued over the years playing piano and guitar in bands and as a solo act. He has been a member of many bands including Jeris Ross and the Badlands Band, Toby Keith Covel’s Easy Money Band and many others.  Brauer performs at many venues, both large and small, across Oklahoma and in Texas.  

The inspirational speaker for the evening is Crystal McVea of Moore, OK.  Crystal is a school teacher, a mother of four and the wife of an Army Veteran.  She is the author of Waking Up in Heavenand Chasing Heaven With a deep-rooted passion for the needy and lost, Crystal speaks around the country bringing a message of hope and redemption as she shares the story of the day she died in 2009.  Crystal weaves together humor, tragedy, abuse and God's splendor in her story telling and says her biggest wish is that everyone comes to know how truly loved they are, just as they are, by God.   

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