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Unity Baptist 2011 Crappie Tournament Banquet

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By Shannon - Posted on 11 March 2011

I had the privilege to attend the 3rd annual No Entry Crappie Tournament Banquet that was given by Unity Baptist Church ( in Fayette, Alabama. The banquet is part of the annual crappiei tournament that the church created as an outreach ministering event to the community.

Unity Baptist 2011 Crappie Tournament Banquet

This will be third year that Unity Baptist has ran the tournament. The tournament has "No Entry Fee" that allows the fisherman to fish free. The requirement for entry into the tournament is attendance to the banquet along with the guest speaker.

Unity Baptist 2011 Crappie Tournament Banquet

I enjoyed the banquet as well as the guest speaker. I hope to have the opportunity to attend the event next year as well and would recommend this to anyone.

Unity Baptist 2011 Crappie Tournament Banquet

Thank you Unity Baptist Church for the hard work that you have done to continue this outreach.

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Shannon you are right. This is a top notch ministry and a great tourney to fish as well. I would also recommend that you try and fish this tourney next year.

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