Southern gospel singer, songwriter Gerald Crabb brings Good Samaritan Center donation from Down Home Christmas

Good News Notes:

Singer, songwriter Gerald Crabb rolled back into town Saturday afternoon with a gift for the Tippah County Good Samaritan Center.

The award winning, Southern gospel artist, who lives in Ripley, performed Friday night in Dalton, Georgia at Down Home Christmas. The annual event is organized by Lisa Asberry, who Crabb has known for years in the gospel music circuit. Asberry works all year long holding benefit concerts and raising money to help provide food for food pantries across the region.”

“Down Home Christmas donated a trailer full (approximately 4,000 pounds) of canned vegetables, rice, pinto beans, macaroni and cheese, and ramen noodles to the Good Samaritan Center. Crabb said they could have gotten that much more if they could have hauled it. Crabb and his wife, Debi, and Jerry and Chong Stokes were there until around midnight Saturday morning collecting the donated food.”

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