B1 performed heartfelt skits


LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Friday’s Campbell County Christian Learning Center Gala Agape opened to a full house at The Stables in La Follette.  Master of Ceremonies Danny McCreary greeted the crowd with a warm, humorous introduction and included a moment of gratitude for attending teachers, veterans, pastors, youth pastors and all members of the Christian Learning Center (CLC).

Student performance group B1, focusing on raising awareness of suicide prevention, offered dramatic and heartfelt performances titled “You Say” and “Life” which had visible effect on those in attendance.

The evening’s keynote speaker was Tim Rogers of the Elgin Foundation.  He delivered a powerful and motivating message on “How to Respond to Opposition.”  Following Rogers was a video which spotlighted the work of the CLC, specifically its current Bible Class initiative at Campbell County High School.

The annual Gala Agape Banquet is to raise awareness and funding for the CCCLC to educate students in Bible based curriculum. The Campbell County Christian Learning Center is a Non-Profit organization providing Released Time Bible Education to serve the students of Campbell County High School at no charge. Through the community’s support, the CCCLC for CCHS opened in August of 2018 and began teaching and ministering to CCHS students in grades 9 through12.

It was a great turnout at Friday’s Gala Agape.

Sherry Shope offered closing comments which left many in attendance moved to donate in support of the CLC.  You can learn more about the Campbell County Christian Learning Center and even donate HERE.

The Stables  event venue hosted the annual CCCLC Gala Agape.

Christian Learning Center Director Ashley Claiborne commented that she was thrilled with the great turnout in spite of the cold weather and is very excited for upcoming CLC events.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 02/11/2020-6AM)