Calvary United would like to thank the 59 businesses that contributed to and sponsored the annual Back To School Bash 2014 on Aug. 15.
By participating in and sponsoring this wholesome community event, we all endeavor to strengthen the families of Crestview and together make an exhilarating, delightful city in which to live.
Mayor David Cadle and Chief of Police Tony Taylor attended the Bash and spoke about the spirit of giving to the youth of Crestview. Many other organizations were there, also giving out free school supplies and supporting the families and youth of Crestview, specifically North Okaloosa Medical Center, S.W.A.T, Okaloosa County Health Dept., Hub City Ford, Big Red Bus Blood Donor bus, One Hour Heat & Air, Modern Air, and All American Insurance.
Gordon Martial Arts and Palmer AKA Martial Arts entertained the audience with demonstrations in the martial arts, young people were challenged in a food eating contest, and Calvary United wrapped up the evening with a drama/skit as the main event, “Ministry Moment”, to which many of the youth and families responded and were inspired.
For more information on involvement in future BASH events, please call Calvary United at 850-423-1198.