Wednesday, April 3, 2013
The Catfish Festival is here!
Come out and enjoy a weekend of fun for every age at the annual St. Stephen Catfish Festival on April 5, 6 and 7.
There will be fun rides, clowns, puppets, crafts, singing and lots of food. The festival will be held in the Alice Price Park at the intersection of highways 45 and 52.
Giant Yard Sale
Everyone is invited to the Giant Yard Sale on Saturday, April 6 from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the St. Stephen United Methodist Church, 191 Hood Street.
Available will be a huge variety of many household goods, including kitchen items, some clothing and toys. Come out and enjoy.
Happy Birthday to Forrest Bowman, Margaret Carr, Brandon Craven, Annette Dantzler, Heather Dennis, Speedy Driggers, Cindy Hoffman, Dennis Lambert, Clyde Morris, Mary Nobles, Jack Schurlknight, Claudette Thomas and Debbie Wilson.
Prayers and Get Well
Take time out of your busy day to pray for and to offer best wishes to Elma Atkins, David Ayers and family, Metro Borop, Ruth Brassell, Frank Conrad, Wayne Gamble, Claudia Guerry, Dorothy Harris, Louise Harris, Gail Humbert, Lonnie Kessler, Earline Brown-May, Louise McMakin, Janice Mitchum, Betty Rich Morris, Louise Rich, Peggy Schipmann, Thelma Schurlknight, Trey Smith, Ginny Tucker, Derrick Way, Aileen Welch, Mae Welch and for any unspoken prayers needed.
Pray for our troops (land, air and sea) in Afghanistan, Kuwait, Iraq, and all around the world, for them to be protected as they protect us. Keep in prayer Gov. Haley and her family, all Veterans, SC Masons, SC Order of the Eastern Star, Rainbow families, and our school system in Berkeley County.
Heartfelt sympathy and prayers to the families and friends of Monroe Beach and Mike Mock.
Have a blessed week! If you have news to share, contact Betty Delk at email@example.com before Noon on Wednesdays, the week before all scheduled events. Mail items to 195 Crest Lane, St. Stephen, SC 29479 or call 567-4370.
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