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More Than 3,300 Hear
'Duck Dynasty Commander'

Sun Photo by O.J. Early

Phil Robertson demonstrates duck calls that have made his family wealthy and turned them into celebrities on cable TV's "Duck Dynasty." Robertson addressed more than 3,300 people in a program hosted by Mt. Zion United Methodist Church's Outreach Ministry, held at Hal Henard Gymnasium in Greeneville on Saturday night. To see more photos, click PICTURES.

Originally published: 2013-03-09 21:15:54
Last modified: 2013-03-10 16:40:26
 

By Kristen Buckles
Sun Staff Writer

The Duck Commander, Phil Robertson, made an appearance at Hal Henard Elementary School on Saturday evening to give his personal testimony before an overflowing gymnasium of more than 3,300.

Robertson and his family have become popular nationwide in recent years for their A&E cable television reality show, Duck Dynasty, and their multi-million dollar business making duck calls.

Mt. Zion United Methodist Church's Outdoor Ministry sponsored the event as part of their annual Wild Game Dinner outreach.

"You can only be who you are, and all you can know is Who you belong to," Robertson said in an interview prior to the event.

"The proudest thing I am is that I have a great hope one day of being raised from the dead because of Jesus of Galilee.

“That's the greatest hope I have and that's the one thing I'm more proud of than anything I know."

For more information and excerpts from the event and media conference, see Monday's edition of The Greeneville Sun.

 
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