Thursday, October 6, 2005
Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
Gae Lynn Anderson surprises writer on birthday
Richard Langston was a patient at Methodist Hospital, Germantown last week. He came home on Friday. His wife Dot fell while at the hospital with him and cut her head. Please pray for Dot and Richard. Their son Ricky is home visiting this week.
Bro. Steve and Pat Wilson attend European Missions conference
A large crowd attended the Stone reunion at Wall Doxey Park on Sunday, Sept. 25. Several relatives were unable to attend because of the recent hurricane. From Memphis came Ronald, Cheryl and Hal Stone, also Mae Wynn Wren and granddaughter, Mary Margaret Brewer.
Greenfield hosts fish fry Friday
Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven, but he that doeth the will of my Father, which is in heaven. Matthew 7:21
Sunrise Chapter No. 166, Order of Eastern Star, met Sat., Oct. 1, at the Waterford Lodge Hall.
Regular Bible study, Sunday School and worship services are held at Greenfield Presbyterian and Hamilton Chapel CME churches every week. You and you are all invited to attend. Let us not forget Walton Chapel Church, just around the corner on Potts Camp Road from Waterford.
Greenfield Church will sponsor a fish fry Fri., Oct. 7. There will also be a musical program at Greenfield Fri., Oct. 7. Bro. James E. Coleman and Deacon Jasper Mull, sponsors. The public is invited.
Snow Lake News
Community Center benefit garage sale set for Saturday
Hello Snow Lakers: I hope you had a good week. As I am writing the article the weather is mild and it appears it will stay that way for several days.
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