October 2011 / Bott Radio Network Co-Hosts Kirksville’s 7th Annual Clergy and Leadership Banquet, Tuesday, October 4th
Bott Radio Network Kirksville and Northeast Missouri Caring Communities were pleased to host their 7th Annual Clergy and Church Leadership Banquet on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at Fellowship Baptist Church in Kirksville. Dr. Bill Federer, whose feature, “The American Minute” is heard on Bott Radio Network, was the Keynote Speaker for the evening. Those attending were treated to an amazing meal catered by Noland’s Catering of Macon, Missouri. The Southern Gospel group, The Lester’s, ministered through music. Omer Eshel, Consul with the Government of Israel Ministry of Tourism, shared about his homeland and encouraged the leaders that by visiting Israel, it will not only touch their heart, but their soul.
During the evening, David Doctorian was honored for his service, not only as a Pastor, but also for his service to Northeast Missouri as a former Sate Senator.
The evening concluded with Steve South, Bott Radio Network COO, affirming Bott Radio Networks commitment to partnering with the local church. Before leaving, Jori Noble encouraged all by singing “Preach the Word.”
Paul Shipman, BRN Kirksville Area Manager, welcomes everyone to the 2011 Clergy and Church Leadership Banquet.
Paul Shipman, BRN Kirksville Area Manager; Dr. Bill Federer; Don Noble, Northeast Missouri Caring Communities; Steve South, COO, Bott Radio Network; Omer Eshel, Government of Israel Ministry of Tourism.
Don Noble, Northeast Missouri Caring Communities, Teresa Dorris, BRN Kirksville Office Manager, Dr. Bill Federer, Paul Shipman, BRN Kirksville Area Manager, Jonathan Lester, Brian, Lester, Ginger, Lester, Steve South, COO, Bott Radio Network, Scott Veatch, BRN Kirksville Account Executive, Omer Eshel, Government of Israel Ministry of Tourism, Sherie Eklof, BRN Kirksville Production Manager.
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