Bethesda Place is proud to invite the community to a fun filled family day in their beautiful gardens ½ mile west of Hays.
From 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. the community is invited to join the men and staff of Bethesda Place strolling the gardens. You can sip tea and visit with friends while enjoying live music and short educational talks by local gardeners. This is an opportunity for families to be together, on the day before Mother’s day, to celebrate how gardens and love grow… slowly and with great care!
Burrito picnic lunch from – 11:00 -1:00
Activities and crafts for children from -10:00 – 12:00.
Silent auction: ending – 2:00
At 1:00 there will be an honoring of Shelley Stafford for her 35 years of dedication to the men of Bethesda Place.
Donations are appreciated and will provide for future property development.
Event will be canceled in the event of inclement weather.
Bethesda Place is located at 1571 220 Ave.
(1/4 mile west of the Ellis county fairgrounds, ¼ mile south of fairground road)
About Bethesda Place
Bethesda Place is a local Christian non-profit founded by Tom and Shelley Stafford in 1976, when they began taking young men with developmental disabilities to live in their country home west of Hays. Bethesda Place is currently the home of 6 talented men who have spent years living, working, playing, and praying together. The residents and staff of Bethesda Place lead a meaningful life together as they grow trees for local landscaping development, garden to nourish themselves and others, and create an inspirational living community in which “two is better than one.” Together they overcome each of their unique challenges.
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