Harvest Train 2016: “When Love Was Born”

Dear Friends and Supporters of Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services:

The children and staff of Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services would like to invite you to join us for our Harvest Train celebration on Tuesday, November 22nd. Please come, be our guest, and help us celebrate a tradition that has been making a difference in the lives of children since 1949. For your convenience I have listed below an itinerary of this year’s Harvest Train events:

Monday, November 21st

7:00 AM – 11:00 PM Commodity Drop Offs at the FCHFS Campus Warehouse
7:00 PM Royal Home Ministries Program in the Synan Chapel on the FCHFS Campus
8:00 PM Toys for Life Parade
8:15 PM Dedication of the Burd’s Nest (New Mothers Boutique at the Whitfield Life Campus)
8:30 PM Refreshments at the Whitfield Life Campus


Tuesday, November 22nd

7:00 AM Commodity Drop Offs at the FCHFS Campus Warehouse
7:45 AM Line Up For the Parade at the Falcon Town Hall (Parade participants please read enclosed instructions)Coffee and Doughnuts will be served prior to the beginning of the parade at Culbreth Memorial Pentecostal Holiness Church Fellowship Hall.
8:30 AM Parade Begins
10:30 AM Harvest Train Program Begins in the J.A. Culbreth Auditorium
12:30 PM Lunch in the Student Activity Center at FCHFS Campus


The children and staff are busily preparing for this year’s program, “When Love Was Born.” Follow a young woman as divine intervention completes her circle of life. Psalms 127:3 says, “Lo, children are a heritage from the Lord, and the fruit of the womb is his reward.” Visit our website at: www.falconchildrenshome.com and view the Harvest Train promo. We encourage you to download and share the promo video with your church during the Sundays prior to Harvest Train. If you have trouble viewing the promo, contact our office and we will be happy to mail you a DVD.

Thank you for your prayers and support of Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services. Because of your support we are making a difference in the lives of children.

Sincerely yours,

Joseph T. Leggett