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Apple Fest

Apple Fest at St. John’s United Metho­dist Church, 104 Newberry St., NW, in Aiken is 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The event includes apples, enter­tainment, consignment, arts and crafts, food, books and silent auction.

This year’s theme, Apples for Kids, benefits local ministries and youth organizations. Admission is free. Call (803) 648-6891 for more information.

Spanish Mass

St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church celebrates its first Spanish Mass at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

The new Spanish Vigil Mass will be said by the Rev. Pablo Migone.

The church is at 4921 Columbia Road, Grovetown. Call (706) 863-4956 for more information.

‘Limitless’

Augusta native Trey McLaughlin releases his debut album Limitless on Sunday. An album release con­cert begins at 5 p.m. at Taber­nacle Baptist Church. Admis­sion is $10 or $20 with the CD.

The John S. Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School graduate founded the gospel ensemble Trey McLaughlin and the Sounds of Zamar in 2009. The group released its first single, I Will Praise, earlier this year.

McLaughlin, a music instructor at Jessye Norman School for the Arts, is also the associate director of Barefoot Productions Inc./Creative Impressions and the minister of worship and arts at Tabernacle Baptist.

Call (706) 664-9022 or see TreyMmusic.com for more.

Bread of Life

A Ladies Bread of Life Luncheon with author Lorie Newman begins at 11:45 a.m. Nov. 14 in First Baptist Church of Augusta Fellowship Hall. The cost is $7.

Newman, a national speaker, author and mother of seven, will talk about her new book: A Cup of Cold Water in His Name. Learn more at LorieNewman.com.

RSVP by Nov. 9 to Susan Jones at sjones@fbcaugusta.org or by calling the church at (706) 733-2236.


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