Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Missionary family to speak at church
The Hagerman family will speak at Macedonia Church of God of Prophecy on Sunday, Oct. 6 at 10 a.m.
The family has been ministering in Paraguay. Their names are Ken, Christie, Camille and Caroline Hagerman.
They will be speaking at other community churches as well as churches in other areas on Sundays through September and October.
The ladies’ Zumba classes at Providence Baptist Church have started back up. They will be at 6:15 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The classes last for one hour.
Come out and join them for fellowship, fun and fitness.
Hood's Chapel plans to have a yard sale on Oct. 5 and 6. There will be various items and also crafts made by ladies of the church. More details will be in my next column.
Continue to pray for Virginia Kirkland, Thelma Shurlknight, Eric Shurlknight, Pat Shurlknight, Sarah Jackson, Viola Atkins, Viola Murphy, Pastor Reggie Thames, Kitty Cumbee, Ruth Cumbee, Yvonne Cumbee, Mildred Thames, Marilyn Tucker, Woody Litchfield, Rouse Thomas, Kyle Thomas Timmie Crawford, Harry Wydom, Willis Wiggins, Willie Cox, Cassidy Cox, Sam and Yvonne Hood, Ricky Hood, Allen Mills, Gloria Conner, Violet O' Conner, DP Caddell, Mitzie Caddell, Barbara Alexander, Justin Knight, Dexter Floyd, Bo Langley, Patricia West, Brenda Law, Marion and Juanita Mills, Roy and Marlene Farmer, Shelvy Jean Wilson, Diane Litchfield, Wilma Morris, Geraldine Garrett, Gennie Vincent, Kathleen Newsome, Diane Gaskins, Kelly Umphlett, Madison Litchfield, Coty Mullinax, Frankie Garrett, Liz Barlow, Marie Barlow, Sherry and Lee Ann Giza, Leah Mitchum, John Graham, Debbie Fail, Tammie Shealey, Ted Caddell, Sally Bowick, Jackie Caddell, Jeff Davis, Janice Musau, Mike Mitchum, Zachary Waterman, Robert Lee, Barry Swall, Joyce Lewis, David Brown, and our firefighters, first responders, military, community and country.
If anyone has news give me a call at 565-3125 or e-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org. I need news by Wednesday afternoon for the next column.
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