This year as in years past you can have your choice of three kinds of Gumbo…
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Cooks (left to right) Danny Atchley, Coy Miller and Shane Shoemaker offering a sample of Tennessee Gumbo to Willow Oak Center for Arts and Learning Executive Director Muzetta Swann.
Cook Coy Miller sampling some of his authentic Louisiana Gumbo before it is served at the 2013 Willow Oak Gumbo Supper at Springfield Baptist Church.
The Fourth Annual Willow Oak Gumbo Supper
…..will be held on Saturday, March 1 in the Springfield Baptist Church Fellowship Hall from 5 – 7 pm. Then enjoy performances by the Willow Oak Singers, the Robertson County Players and surprise musical guests.
This year as in years past you can have your choice of three kinds of Gumbo, Louisiana, Tennessee or Shrimp. Plus we have added to the menu authentic North Carolina Brunswick Stew.
All of it served with cornbread, tea and pie. Tickets for dinner & concert are $15 for adults and $8 for children. All proceeds go to the Willow Oak Center for Arts and Learning. Call 615-384-1802 for more information.
The serving line at the 2013 Gumbo Supper with Willow Oak member Suzy Jones serving Dick Veatch and his wife Kathy a bowl of delicious Shrimp Gumbo.
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