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Celebrate Recovery to host community picnic July 27

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The July 27 Celebrate Recovery picnic will feature live music from live bands and a free public barbecue. Photo submitted
M. Kate West

  The Celebrate Recovery group of the Lake Almanor Community Church is hosting its annual picnic Saturday, July 27, in the Chester Park.

  The event is scheduled from noon until 4 p.m. and the public is invited to attend both the event and the noon barbecue.

  Live music will be played throughout the event. “Touched,” a group from Susanville, will perform, as will the Chester Community Church band and the Lake Almanor Community Church Celebrate Recovery band.

       “Along with the live music, Celebrate Recovery participants will be sharing their stories and God’s goodness to them,” spokesperson Linda White said. “Join us for a day of celebration in God’s goodness healing hurts, habits and ‘hang-USO.’”       For more information about Celebrate Recovery, the community picnic or other Lake Almanor Community Church offerings call

The July 27 Celebrate Recovery picnic will feature live music from live bands and a free public barbecue. Photo submitted

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