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Irene Dodson, 862-3808
The weatherman can’t seem to make up his mind, we had summer like weather for two or three weeks, now it seems like early spring again. During those warmer days, we planted some garden but with this cool weather we probably will have to plant over. Seeds sometimes sprout and perish if the weather turns too cold and chills the soil again. But as we said, if what we planted doesn’t come up, nothing but a few seed and labor lost. If they do we are that much ahead, and have earlier vegetables.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY. Hardin County Habitat for Humanity, Women Build Day, House No. 45, ReStore Sponsored House, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. May 12. Join in for a day of women power. On Women Build Day, only women use tools, every nail will be driven by women. Enjoy the fellowship and make a difference in a life. Register now by calling the Habitat office at 360-9900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Forty spaces are available. Wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather. Tools will be available on site, but you may bring your own. Lunch will be served at noon. Bottled water will be available. Sign a liability release when you arrive, no one younger than 16 permitted on the work site. For information, contact email@example.com, 360-9900 or Facebook.com/Hardin County Habitat.
I believe our former president, Jimmy Carter, began this organization, which has helped so many people in need through the many years it has been in operation. Our thanks go out to the organization and the many who have helped make it a success.
ORGANIZATION NEWS. The Stephensburg Lodge will hold its regular monthly fish fry from 5 to 8 p.m. May 4 at the Lodge Hall. If you don’t care for fish, you may get shrimp, chicken strips or a chuck wagon sandwich. You may purchase a plate meal, a sandwich and side, or just a sandwich with drink with either one you purchase. They serve very good meals.
On May 5, Lodge members will meet for the regular monthly meeting,
Randal, Sue Flowers and Thelma Dunn visited their daughter and granddaughter, Rhonda and her husband, David Alfredson, of Conyers, Ga., the weekend of April 22-22. While there, they attended the concert at Kennesaw State College at Marietta, Ga., where their grandson and great-grandson, Jordan Alfredson, a sophomore there, performed in the concert.
They returned home Monday and said the weather was cold there also.
Edna Drane, Ruth Smith, Betty McClaugherty and Ozetta Firquin fellowshipped over lunch at a local restaurant following church services at College Heights United Methodist Church on Sunday.
CHURCH NEWS. Ridge Springs United Methodist Church will have special services today, with one of the church youth performing the preaching at 9 a.m. Also this evening, there is a fifth Sunday singing at 6:30 p.m. Guest singers will be “God’s Little Voices.” The church is located about two miles from the Rineyville General Dollar Store on Hwy. 220.
As usual we were blessed with good singing and inspiring service by Pastor Adam at College Heights United Methodist Church.
Wednesday evening at 5:30 p.m., a fellowship meal will be served, donations accepted. At 6:30 p.m., the youth group will meet. Choir practice is also at 6:30 p.m. On May 9, the fellowship meal will be followed with worship service at 6:30 p.m.
The American Heritage Girls are sponsoring a Mother-Child Brunch from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 5 in the Fellowship Hall at College Heights. Everyone is invited. Proceeds will go toward the Panama Mission trip.
The youth will sponsor their annual Variety Show and Cake and Pie Auction on May 6. All proceeds will go toward the Panama Mission Trip. A meal will be served at 5 p.m., followed by the variety show and auction at 6 p.m. Sign up on the sheets posted on the bulletin board if you wish to participate in the variety show or bake a pie or cake for the auction.
Outreach committee: If you are elderly or disabled and have small repairs that need to be done or need a ride to an appointment, etc., please call John Cobb 723-0231 or Tom Rogers 737-7866 and they will be glad to assist you.
GET-WELL WISHES. Health concerns for the infant Malone twins, Belva Priddy, Sandy Sheets, Danissa Lewis, Ilsa Ach’s brother, Cynthia Fullen, Billy Parker, Martha Sappenfield, Don Sappenfield, Dale Lyons, glad Dale was able to be back in church Sunday after being in the hospital, Jimmy and Marie Uzzell, Connie Hatfield, Floyd Dodson, Phyllis Ruff, Wanda McCoy, Amy Smith, Lois Morrissey, Bill Nalley, Wilma Jean Cundiff, Mary Koche, Michael Stopher, Donald Alexander, Cheryl Ward, Ruth Smith, Carmon Delgado, Betty Stogsdill, Bud and Margie Henderson, Terry Henderson, Dallas Johnson, Wendell Pottinger, Linda Peasley Winters, Maynard Pile, David Johnson, Bobby Smallwood, Jackie McGuffin, Elsie Couch, Donald and Doris Martin, Maricette Faiewell, Hilda Bradbury, Laverne Nugget, Sue and Harris Cheatwood, Joan Bearden, Frances Youravich, John Effinger, Mr. Durham, Buddy Cardwell, Deana Blevins, Bonnie Bell, Mark Woodard and all others who are ill at this time. If you have recovered and wish your name removed from the get-well list, please call me. Continue to pray for the leaders of our country and military, wherever they may be
SYMPATHY. Our sympathy goes out to the family of Michael Speck, who recently passed away. Michael was a native of Cecilia. Also condolences to all others who have lost loved ones.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. “May the dreams you hold dearest, be those which come true, the kindness you spread keep returning to you.”
HELPFUL HINT. To find your car in a crowded parking lot, tie a bright colored ribbon to the antenna. If the rows are numbered be sure to take note of the number of the aisle you are parked in.
SUBMIT YOUR NEWS. Please send your “News” written in the subject line, to firstname.lastname@example.org if you prefer call me at 862-3808. If leaving a message, please repeat your phone number twice, slowly. Thanks.