Organizer Jim Culham (center) on stage with Ruth Seibel (left) and Murray Larsen (right) of the gospel band ‘Jordan Echoes’ during the Twelvth Annual Potluck Supper and Gospel Concert held in Halkirk the night of Nov. 16. Kevin J Sabo photo.

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12th Annual Halkirk Potluck Supper and Gospel Concert

About 40 people enjoy the potluck supper at the 12th Annual Halkirk Potluck Supper and Gospel Concert, featuring the music of Jordan Echoes on Nov. 17.

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About40 people enjoy the potluck supper at the 12th Annual Halkirk Potluck Supper and Gospel Concert, featuring the muic of Jordan Echoes on Nov. 17. Kevin J Sabo photo

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