Sabbath association to add officers
RALEIGH, N.C.--The Bible Sabbath Association seeks officer candidates to run for its board of directors. Voting will take place later this spring or early summer, announced June Narber Harrison, a BSA director.
Candidates should be men or women who have a track record of dedication to and promotion of the seventh-day Sabbath. They should be willing to dedicate time to the BSA to help promote the 50-year-old organization and perform other duties as time permits.
"The BSA supports the idea of cooperation among all Sabbath-keepers," Mrs. Harrison said, including "respect and tolerance for Sabbath-keepers of other branches of the Church of God family and the belief that this society must be penetrated with the truth of the seventh-day Sabbath."
Contact Mrs. Harrison, a current board member and candidate-recruitment chairman, at 6325-9 Fall of Neuse Rd., No. 193, Raleigh, N.C. 27615, U.S.A., or E-mail her at email@example.com.
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