Dailey Street Baptist Church men replace damaged sign
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In mid-August a driver lost control on Church Street and ran over Dailey Street Baptist Church’s main sign near the sidewalk. This sign was used to display messages of encouragement to the community so the damage was noticed by many, who called the church office to inquire when it would be replaced.

Well, that day has arrived. Although the replacement sign was ordered in August, it was not delivered until this week.

Plans were made to remove the old sign and install the new one. Blade Studdard, Dailey Street’s music director, called Van Walker, choir director for Bonnie Brook Baptist Church in Jacksonville, who volunteered the use of his equipment from Walker Construction for the task.

H.S. Law, Dewey Morgan, Buster Parker, and John Meeks came to assist and all were able to complete the job without too much difficulty…even though they did have to make several adjustments along the way.

We are blessed to have good people here at Dailey Street BC and look forward to ministering to the community with our new sign. Be sure to read the message as you pass by…and remember…all are welcome to come join Pastor Tim Smith and the members of Dailey Street in our weekly worship services.
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