aefenglommung (aefenglommung) wrote,

Maybe not such a crazy idea

So, Lynn . . . if I were to actually offer a Service of Blessing the Hunt this fall, would an early morning or an evening before suit the hunters better? If we held a dinner of beans and cornbread on the same evening (or biscuits and gravy for breakfast) would that increase attendance, or just be a distraction? If we advertised it for all the counties round about (Morgan, Owen, Greene, as well as our corner of Monroe), do you think we'd attract enough to make a small congregation for the service?

Anybody else got an idea on this?

(BTW, when should we do it? There are multiple seasons for deer, not to mention everything else.)

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