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Kathleen Booker, 369-7101
THANKSGIVING. Edward and Wilella Copelin had Thanksgiving dinner at their home on Thanksgiving Day. There were 66 family members who enjoyed the meal including Wilella’s three sisters and their families, nieces and nephews and Edward and Wilella’s children and grandchildren.
Thanksgiving dinner was at the home of James and Loretta Johnson on Thanksgiving Day. There were 24 family members there including myself. The meal was prepared by Loretta and Kathy Gragson.
Ervin and Violet Stith had Thanksgiving dinner at their home on Thanksgiving Day. Those enjoying the day with them were Mark, Lisa, Ian, Brody and Darby McDonald, Danny Stith, Angel Stith, Missy Fackler, Holly Swift, Daniel Swift and friend, Faith, and Greg, Christy, Devin and Kennedy Stith. Mark, Lisa and family spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Ervin and Violet.
BIRTHDAY WISHES. Happy birthday this month to the following and all others who have December birthdays: Chance Swanson, Dec. 10; Lynn Young, Dec. 20; Eric Booker, Dec. 23; and Steve Booker, Dec. 30.
OUT AND ABOUT. Marsha, Logan and Sydney Thompson attended church in Edmonson County with Danny and Linda Thompson last Sunday. After church, they ate lunch together.
Chris and Lynn Young and sons went to T.K. Stone field last weekend where Chris’ football team participated in a Thanksgiving Throw Down. Several teams participated in the event. Chris’ team was runner-up in the 12 U section.
GET-WELL WISHES. Get-well wishes to Bonnie Ward, David Knight and all others who are ill.
CHURCH NEWS. Don’t forget the community Christmas cantata at the White Mills Baptist Church tonight at 6:30 p.m.
On Dec. 12, Unity Baptist Church will have a fellowship meal after the morning service. The church will provide turkey, ham and drinks. Everyone is welcome.
HOLIDAY EVENTS. Don’t forget, Santa will visit the White Mills firehouse on Dec. 18.
A large crowd attended the White Mills bridge lighting, chili supper, nativity scene and parade. Thanks to everyone for their support.