Thursday, April 26, 2007
Potts Camp reunion set for June 3
We were sorry to hear that Floy Ash fell in front of the Potts Camp post office and broke her wrist. Get well wishes to her! A few years ago, she fell at the same place and injured her knee.
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Ken and Betty Guffy visit family in Dallas, Texas
Several ladies from FBC, Mt. Pleasant, enjoyed dinner out at the Cracker Barrel in Olive Branch last Friday night.
Emergency sirens working and being tested each Saturday
The Big Monthly Breakfast keeps getting bigger and better every month. Besides raising money to maintain the community center and having a huge great breakfast, it’s a wonderful way to start your weekend by visiting with friends and neighbors. Try it next month; you’ll be glad you did.
Hopewell No. 1 honors pastor and wife on 12th anniversary
Hopewell No. 1 honored their pastor and wife Sunday, April 15, 10:45 a.m. and 3 p.m. with an appreciation program for their 12th anniversary. Morning part devotion, led by the deacons. Brother Ayers led in responsive reading. Welcome, Megan Crittle. Acceptance, standing ovation. Tribute in poem, Curessia Walton. Solo by Deacon James DeBerry. Visiting pastor Archie Bowen delivered an inspiring sermon.
Benediction was given. Afternoon part: 3 p.m. Processional. Entrance of pastor and wife and their escorts Bro. and Mrs. Kevin Govan. Devotion, Pastor Darrel and Sis. Mary Cunningham, True Vine Baptist Church. Pinning corsages, Sis. Vivian Crosby and Sis. Cora Walton. Welcome, Sis. Patrica Lesure. Remarks, Deacon Michael Crittle and moderator James Green, pastor of Finley Grove. Reflection, Sidney Govan of Rust College. Beautiful music was provided by Hopewell No. 1, Hearn Grove and Center Chapel Baptist choirs. Rev. Nathaniel Craft Jr., pastor of Center Chapel, was the afternoon speaker. Words of thanks were given by Deacon Melvin DeBerry, presentation of gifts to honorees. Following the program, Hopewell No. 1 Missionary Society served delicious food in the fellowship hall.
Henderson Milan celebrated his birthday Sunday, April 22, by attending Sunday school and church at Hopewell No. 1. He received cards from relatives, American flag, Mississippi flag and flag pole as gifts. Flag poles have been erected in yards. Both flags are flying. We had dinner at a local cafe.
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