November 22, 2007
Potts Camp News
Congratulations to Coby Bridges and Andrea Anderson on wedding
A bus load of Temperance Hill Baptist Church members made a recent trip to Booneville to attend a singing.
Carey Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
Keenagers meet at Carey Baptist Church for covered dish luncheon; guests dressed in hunting clothes and enjoyed playing dart game
A large crowd attended the dedication service for the new fellowship hall at First Baptist Mt. Pleasant Sunday, Nov. 11. Eddie Dunn from Memphis sang the special music. The pastor, Dr. Don Le Belle, preached the message. After the message, Don Bumpus was presented a gift certificate by all the Sunday school classes in an appreciation for all the time and work he donated to the new fellowship hall. Then all went to the fellowship hall for the dedication. Everyone had a part in the service. A potluck meal was enjoyed by all.
Snow Lake News
Forestry Commission presents community with award
Good wishes to all Snow Lakers for a wonderful and happy Thanksgiving with your family. For those of you who enjoy a nap after dinner, you can look forward to a special one, for science says that people get sleepier on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year due to the eating too much turkey and dressing. Sweet dreams.
Greenfield Presybterian Church hosts bazaar December 1
Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid. The Lord your God will go ahead of you. He will be with you; He will neither fail you nor forsake you.
Our prayers go out to the sick, shut-in, the bereaved and the entire nation.
There will be a congregation meeting at Greenfield Church Nov. 18 following the regular morning services.
Miller’s Court #301 and Waterford Lodge #450’s annual Banquet will be Saturday, Nov. 24, 7 p.m. at Waterford Lodge Building. Donation, $12.
A bazaar will be held Saturday, Dec. 1, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Greenfield Church, three miles south of Waterford on Old Hwy. 7, phone 662-252-6070.
There will be bargains, music, games, food and fun for all. Books, clothes and toys will be on sale, as well as household items, etc., also jewelry and other bargains.
Holly Springs News
Harvest Day program held
Harvest Day program, presented by the Missionary Society at Hopewell No. 1 Sunday, Nov. 4 during worship hour, included a welcome, acceptance, reciting poems and paper reading. Music was provided by the choir. Cora Walton has been elected as choir president of the adult choir. Krystal DeBerry has been elected head musician at Hopewell No. 1. Samuel Chapel Missionary Society attended a movie entitled “Why I Get Married” at Malco Theater in Memphis Friday.
Hopewell No. 1 members having a birthday in November: Penny DeBerry, Fannie Wicker; Terrika Boga, 26; Sandra Pensons, 26; Alisha Jones, 27. The congregation sang “Happy Birthday” to all. Samuel Chapel Church visited Friendship Church Sunday.
The pastor of Friendship is the former pastor of Shiloh Church in Benton County.
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