Three Generations gives to Pregnancy Care Center

By: 
BRIANA RUCKER
Staff Writer

Three Generations will donate proceeds to the Starkville Pregnancy Care Center with its 16th annual Twelve Days of Christmas event beginning Dec. 1 until Dec. 15.

Paige Lawes, owner of Three Generations, created the event in 2002 after moving to Starkville.

“I approached the Crisis Pregnancy Center, it’s not the one that it is now, because I’ve always been really involved with the pro-life movement,” Lawes said.

With the event, she decided to draw onto the community’s talent with performances of music such as classical and bluegrass.

“This year we have Ed Swan who’s a professor at the university that’s doing Celtic Christmas music which is Scottish and Irish,” she said.

The event will be hosted at Three Generations Tea Room and will consist of a Christmas buffet and local entertainment.

Entertainment will include Larry Priest and Maria Christova, Brian and Heidi Brasher, Vic and Jane Zita, Rebekah Lane, Charlene Minor, Starkville Homeschool Ukulele Ensemble and more.

“There’s just a little bit of everything,” Lawes said.

The buffet opens at 11 a.m. and reservations can be paid and reserved by contacting Lawes at 662-324-1507.

Reservations are $12 per person plus tax.

“People have lunch and then they enjoy the performance,” she said.

The entertainment starts at 12:15 p.m. each day.

“It gives people an opportunity to bring a friend to something special,” Lawes said.

Lawes said the event has always been well-attended within the community and she hopes that this year will be a repeat of a great turnout.

“This is as far as I’m concerned — the beauty of the season,” Lawes said.

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