Thursday, November 10, 2005

Community News

Potts Camp News
By Dale Hollingsworth

Large crowd attends church dedication

The Cornersville United Methodist Church held a Homecoming and Dedication services for their new pews on Sunday, Oct. 30. A large crowd attended, including members from the other churches on the Potts Camp Charge, Bethlehem and Potts Camp. Rev. Don Newton is the pastor of the Potts Camp Charge.

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Carey Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
Allene Teel

Keenagers from Carey Chapel Baptist enjoy tour and lunch in Somerville

Rev. O.E. Langner, and wife Melba, attended the Mississippi Baptist Convention in Jackson last week.

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Snow Lake News
Sue Shears

Clothing reduced just in time for cool weather

Hello Snow Lakers: I hope you had a good week. This has been a beautiful weekend. We had three couples down for the weekend and we had a wonderful time.

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Holly Springs News
Henderson Milan

Tallies celebrate anniversary October 29 at Annie’s

Hopewell No. 1’s officers were installed Sunday, Nov. 6. Asbury United Methodist Church was our guest.

Some of Hopewell No. 1’s members attended the 2005 Freedom Award at 10 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 3 at The Temple of Deliverance, 369 G.E. Patterson Ave., Memphis, Tenn. This program honored Oprah Winfrey, Paul Rusesabagina, Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis (posthumously).

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee Tallie Sr. celebrated their wedding anniversary Saturday, Oct. 29 at Annie’s.

Mrs. Rethie Ann Reliford’s son in St. Louis sent her some beautiful flowers on her birthday.

District Baptist Women Auxiliary and the local Baptist Sunday school congress attended a Baptist State Breakfast in Louisville Nov. 5.

National Baptist World Day of Prayer was observed Monday, Nov. 7 at Hopewell No. 1


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