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Family Camp in Sutherland Springs

Family Camp in Sutherland Springs
Families participate in a variety of activities during River Oaks Church’s Family Camp.

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River Oaks Church invites all families to attend its fourth annual Family Camp Friday through Sunday, June 7-9, on the church grounds at F.M. 539, 2 miles north of Sutherland Springs.

The fun will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Friday with a movie under the stars later in the evening. Other activities will include worship, horseshoes, family sports, crafts, Bible study, barbecue, water slides, and more.

Interested participants can register by emailing your family’s names, ages, and phone number to familycamp@riveroaksbc.com, or call 830-928-7622.

For more information, call 830-928-7622.

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