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The Ollie Mayhall BYW of the First Baptist Church of Magee is hosting a Christmas Tour Sunday, December 1, 2019 from 2-4 PM.  Tickets are $10 and may be purchased from members.

Three very different and interesting places are on the 2019 tour:  The Raynold and Tiffany Kinslow home; the Russell Building including the offices and apartment of Jonathan and Debra Styron, and the Historical Hopewell Presbyterian Church.

The Kinslow home is located in Old Magee at 328 Old Magee Road.  The home was built in 1985 by Johnny and the late Shellye McCarty.

Raynold & Tiffany Knslow

The Russell Building is located at 111 Main Avenue Magee, MS.  The building houses offices and two apartments.  Skip and Tracy Russell are graciously  allowing a complete tour of the building including the apartment of Jonathan and Debra Styron.

Skip Russell family
Debra and Jonathan Styron

The Historical Hopewell Presbyterian Church is located at 1296 Mt Olive Road Mt Olive, MS 39119 in Jeff Davis County.  The church was built in 1830 and still houses the slave balconies.  Holly Leonard owner of Holly’s Flower Shop and Boutique is decorating the church and donating the items in memory of her grandmother Lucy Leonard who was an active member of the church for many years.

Isn’t this going to be fun!  Our BYW sponsors a tour every other year…and this is our year!   The tour is the only fundraiser for the BYW.  Our monies are used for missions in Magee and around the world.  The majority of our funds are used for local projects. 

If you would be willing to help us sell tickets, we would be very grateful!  Sold tickets means money for out projects!

I will be writing a post on each of the locations on our tour.

If you need a tickets, call me at 601-310-6881 or email me. ( I am working on a way to sell tickets online!)


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