Thursday, July 20, 2006
Summer visitor Maureen Baronner loves community, may stay permanently
Hello Snow Lakers. I hope you had a good week. The hot weather has kept us in the house most of the week. Hope you have survived. I had a wonderful surprise last week. I had a surprise birthday party, (39 again), and it was just great.
Birthday lunch honors Joan Gurley
The family of Henry C. and Marjorie Clifton are happy about the 8-week-old twin boys, Branon and Braxton Clifton, born to their grandson, Brad and Mendy Clifton. Ward and Debbie Clifton are the twins’ grandparents. Congratulations to all of them.
& Mt. Pleasant News
Keenagers enjoy “Olde Fashion Box Lunch”
The youth at FBC, Mt. Pleasant, will be going to camp at Lake Forrest Ranch in Macon, on July 17-21.
Hopewell No. 1 hosts revival July 26-28
Review of the National Baptist Congress held in Baltimore this summer was shown to Hopewell No. 1 members Monday, July 10, 7 p.m. Sis. Ivion Mae Crittle, Cynthia Cole and Willie B. Cornelious were sponsors.
Hopewell No. 1 members having a birthday in July: Eric Washington, 6; Rasheed Janal DeBerry, 7; Mamie Byers, 9; pastor Leroy James, 11; Sandrika Pinson, 11; Bessie Anderson, 14; Thandra Boga, 16; Etoyil F. Long, 16; Doris Reed, 16; Abberdella Reed Jones, 21; Bertina Walton, 18; Dewayne Cornelious, 24; Robert Ann Kimmons, 29; Odis Malone, 7. The congregation sang “Happy Birthday” to all of them. There will be a three-night revival at Hopewell No. 1 July 26-28 at 7 p.m. Rev. S.A. Phillips will be the evangelist from Pleasant Grove. The public is invited to attend.
Jones Grove was host to Marshall County Singing Union Sunday, July 9.
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