It's that time of year again! One of the most essential non-profit Community Organizations in the Permian Basin--Jesus House of Odessa--is having its annual Old Fashioned Christmas Fair on Friday, November 19th from 6 pm-9:30 pm. The organization helps the homeless, poor, and needy in the Permian Basin with meals and transitional programs. But they can't do it without the generosity of West Texas. The event will take place at Mid-Cities Church, at 8700 TX-191, Midland 79707, and will feature something for everyone.

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A concert featuring NBC's "The Voice" Contestant and Midland's Very Own Matt New will happen at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased here.

There'll be free jumpers for the kids, a live Nativity Scene and Christmas Lights for $5 admission which includes made from scratch hot cocoa.

Dinner is also available including:

Turkey Legs

Pulled Pork Sliders with Potatoes

Corn On The Cobb

AND AN

Old Fashioned Made From Scratch Bake Sale

*You can also purchase a Pre-Decorated Christmas Tree until 9 pm.

There will also be a Silent Auction that includes:

Haircuts

Spa Treatment

Gift Cards

Massages

Restaurant Meals

Paintings

Jewelry

Unique Christmas Gift Ideas

All the proceeds benefit the Women and Children's Center at Jesus House Odessa.

Shirley Almanza--Director of the Jesus House Women and Children's center--will pay Gwen and Gunner a visit on the morning show Wednesday morning at 8:10 am to talk more about this wonderful fundraising event to help an essential Permian Basin Non-Profit. Make plans to join them at Mid-Cities on Friday Night November 19th from 6 pm until 9:30 pm for a fun night for a great cause!

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