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Irene Dodson, 270-862-3808
I guess the snow lovers are happy this time with the measurable snow we got, with the weatherman talking about a possibility of more this week. Personally I hope his prediction is wrong. But we have to accept what comes, gracefully, I hope.
GET-WELL WISHES. Health concerns include Ken Allen, Ed Reams Sr., Phillip Fulmer who has arrived home from Afghanistan on medical leave after falling and breaking his wrist, Ellen Smallwood, surgery, Charlie Williams, surgery, Harris Cheatwood, John Funk, Martha Sappenfield, Louise Spires, Ruth Smith, Bud, Margie and Terry Henderson, Bobby Smallwood, Coleman Howlett, Don Sessums, Phyllis Ruff, Floyd and Irene Dodson, Bill Fitzgerald, Arnold and Kaye Fulmer, “Charlie” Allen, Colby Bagley, Neal McDowell, Thelma Dunn, Ruby Parker, Doris Pile, Jackie McGuffin, Cathy Golden, Hobart Nantz, Tiffany Hill, Martha Jean Owsley and all others who are in need of our prayers at this time. If you need to add or remove a name from this list, please contact me. Remember to pray for our churches and the leaders of our country as well as those of other countries that they will make the proper decisions for the betterment of the world.
Please keep our service men and women in your prayers, to name only a few from our church letter, Jay E. Holmes, Mike Holmes, Trevor Flowers, Matthew Eubank, Jack Bryant, Phillip Fulmer, Robert Gibson, Jennifer Tarrance, Mike Tarrance, John Holmes, James Russell Prause Jr. Matt Dugan and Matthew Veech. We appreciate them so much for what they do for us.
CHURCH NEWS. The College Heights dartball game with Vine Grove Christian Church was rescheduled for Thursday evening instead of Monday. As I write this on Tuesday, the way the weather looks, they might have to reschedule again. The upcoming Monday game is to be played with the Summit United Methodist Church at home.
The United Methodist Men will meet at 9 a.m. Feb. 15 at Golden Corral. All men of the church are welcome to meet and enjoy fellowship with one with another.
Today is Scouts Sunday and we will be worshiping with a joint service at 11 a.m. Following the service, scouts will host a fundraising spaghetti dinner in the fellowship hall. All are invited. Hope you will participate and support our scouts, I think scouting is a worthwhile organization for our young people.
Out thanks go out to those who have contributed so generously to our building fund. We already have received 27 percent of the $510,500 that was pledged last fall.
Don’t forget our World Day of Prayer on March 7, at the Episcopal Church with Pastor Ellen Morell. The program is written by the women of Egypt.
Hispanic Movie Night each Friday night in memory hall. For further information, call Pastor Freddie, 270-982-3570.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. Why worry about “crossing the bridge”, that isn’t even there?
HELPFUL HINT. Don’t throw out that left over food, next time you have guests. Make TV dinners for later meals, instead of buying them at the grocery. Also for those living alone who can’t cook, it is a small enough portion of food to be good for only one person.
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