A ‘Shout Out’ to Court House


Crossroads Christian Church members and volunteers gathered Friday afternoon to give the community a “shout out” as a way to say thanks for the many services and goods offered by the businesses of Washington Court House. Crossroads took time to honor these businesses and employees by giving them a free meal on the Fayette County Courthouse lawn that they could eat there or take with them back to their work places.


Crossroads Christian Church members and volunteers gathered Friday afternoon to give the community a “shout out” as a way to say thanks for the many services and goods offered by the businesses of Washington Court House. Crossroads took time to honor these businesses and employees by giving them a free meal on the Fayette County Courthouse lawn that they could eat there or take with them back to their work places.

Crossroads Christian Church members and volunteers gathered Friday afternoon to give the community a “shout out” as a way to say thanks for the many services and goods offered by the businesses of Washington Court House. Crossroads took time to honor these businesses and employees by giving them a free meal on the Fayette County Courthouse lawn that they could eat there or take with them back to their work places.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/10/web1_20171013_130728.jpgCrossroads Christian Church members and volunteers gathered Friday afternoon to give the community a “shout out” as a way to say thanks for the many services and goods offered by the businesses of Washington Court House. Crossroads took time to honor these businesses and employees by giving them a free meal on the Fayette County Courthouse lawn that they could eat there or take with them back to their work places.