Jim Bowie's Destroyed by Fire in 2012
ENTERPRISE, La. (KTVE/KARD) -- The President of Outlaw Ministries, Brad Coleman, confirmed to KTVE/KARD a fundraiser will be held this weekend to help rebuild the Jim Bowie Relay Station Restaurant in Enterprise, La.
The restaurant and trade station served 65,000 people a year from around the world since its opening in 2000. The restaurant burned to the ground back in 2012.
Outlaw Ministries purchased the station from its owner, John Ed, in September 2013 and they said they're trying to rebuild it.
The fundraiser to aid those efforts begins this Friday and will go until Sunday morning. It will take place at 107 New Ouachita Church Rd. in Enterprise.
It begins Friday at 6 p.m. with a sermon on horseback from Wild Horse Ministries as well as programs on horseback performed by Outlaw Ministries.
On Saturday, there will be a Trail Ride, horse relay games, a mechanical bull, live music and an auction. Registration begins Saturday at 8:00 a.m.
On Sunday, there will be an 8 a.m. breakfast and horseback service and then another service at New Ouachita Baptist Church in Enterprise at 10:30 a.m.
Outlaw Ministries said all proceeds from this fundraiser will go toward the efforts to rebuild the Jim Bowie Relay Station restaurant.
The relay station can still be found at 3642 Highway 124 in Enterprise.
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