Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Macedonia Middle School will begin its Pennies for Patients campaign to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society this week.
Students are encouraged to bring in loose change to support this worthy cause. The homeroom in each grade level that raises the most money will receive a snow cone party.
The youth at Hickory Grove PH church left Jan. 30 for Gatlinburg, Tenn., for “Accelerant,” an enrichment to learn more about God. This is an annual event. There were about 30 who attended. They returned Feb. 2.
Hickory Grove PH Church’s Valentine Banquet is set for Feb. 8. The cost is $10 per person. On Feb. 9 at the morning service children from the Falcon PH Children’s Home in North Carolina will be at the morning service. Director the Rev. Legett will lead the service.
A barbeque dinner fundraiser on Feb. 27 will help build a church in the mission field. The dinner will consist of a barbecue sandwich, slaw, chips and a slice of homemade pound cake.
Oak Grove PH Church is having a steak dinner fundraiser on Feb. 14.
Plates are $12.50 each. The fundraiser is to support their mission ministry.
Sympathy to the family of Scott (Scottie) Clayton King who passed away on Thursday, Jan. 23. (Scottie is my husbands’ cousin). Prayers are with all the family.
Continue to pray for Virginia Kirkland, Louise Litchfield, Thelma Shulknight, Eric Shulknight, Gloria Connor, Viola Murphy, Sarah Jackson, Johnny Caddell, Jackie Caddell, Ted Caddell, Ruth Cumbee, Marion and Juanita Mills, DP Caddell, Allen Mills, Roy and Marlene Farmer, Bryon and Jenelle Watts, Paul David, Matthew O’Quinn, David Brown, Sally Bowick, Barbara Alexander, John Myzell, Bo Langley, Dexter Floyd, Pastor Reggie Thames, Violet O’Connor, Arlene Giggleman, those grieving, firefighters, first responders, military, our community and country.
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