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Summer Jam

Takes place June 9 at Highland Baptist Church in Laurel.  Events from 10:00am-3:00pm are free.  From 4:00pm onward, there will be an admission charge ($12 in advance, $10 for groups of 20 or more, $15 at the gate). Bring your own lawn chairs. For more details, visit www.highlandchurch.net or call 601-428-8494.

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