Crossroads Youth Ministries invites the public to join them on Sat., Aug. 30, for the first Crossroads Country Charity Spectacular event to be held at the Parker County Sheriff’s Posse Arena.
The event promises to have “something for everyone” as the day begins at 9 a.m. with an Open Horse Show for children and adults of all ages. The show is open to all breeds and both English and Western style. Ribbons will be given to first through fifth place winners. If horses are not your interest, go out to sample appetizers and steaks by award-winning cooks from all across the state of Texas and some local business owners as well. Or maybe try your hand at winning the $1,000 prize for best steak.
If you’re not a cook, join others for a “delicious” steak and baked potato dinner. Dinner will be served from 5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Advanced ticket sales are suggested and may be purchased through the Central Christian Church office, the Crossroads office or through the Crossroads website at www.crossroads-wfd.org.
Finally, the evening wraps up with a concert at 6 p.m., following the announcement of the steak cookoff winners.
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“We are proud to announce the concert will feature Texas Country artists Jason Spradlin, Giovannie, Elisabeth Taylor, Brad Booker and more,” a press release touted. “Stay tuned for updates on artist additions to the line-up.”
Additional information, entry forms and tickets may be found on the “Events” page of the website or call 817-341-1909.