Bluegrass and swing band music, fresh farm-raised catfish and free children’s game area are all part of the Grassland community’s largest annual event, the Bethlehem United Methodist Church Fish Fry, on Friday, July 15, on the shaded church grounds at 2419 Bethlehem Loop Road in Franklin off Hillsboro Road.
In its 42nd year, BUMC minister Ryan Bennett said the Bethlehem Fish Fry is a good old-fashioned social with great food helping support church missions.
“With never frozen before, all-you-can-eat farm-raised catfish, we have amazing music, a free Family Fun Zone with incredible inflatables and games, the best bake sale around and silent auction.
“You don’t want to miss the area’s biggest event for fun and fellowship. We are expecting around 3,500 of our neighbors with the proceeds helping to support several church missions including our Tiny House Project helping area homeless and Kathy’s Backpacks program assisting over 500 school children across our county with much needed fall school supplies and backpacks,” Bennett said.
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