Danville High prom held March 22Published 11:16am Wednesday, April 3, 2013
The Danville High School juniors and seniors, faculty and guests enjoyed attending a prom at the Burningtree Country Club on Friday night, March 22.
The theme was “One of These Nights.” The Prom was well attended by parents who enjoyed seeing the senior lead out.
Fay Hall of Danville, Barbara Summerford and Vivian Summerford of Round Top and Jean Miller of Salem all enjoyed attending the annual Women’s Day Program at Corinth West Baptist Church on Sat., March 23, at 9:30 a.m. Dana Henslee welcomed members and guests attending the program.
Shanda Garner, church pianist, played the national anthem as the congregation sang. The program theme was “The Tree of Life” with Gail Miller in charge. She compared the different parts of a tree to our lives.
Guest soloist Sherry Bryant Alexander sang “God on the Mountain,” “God is Coming” and “I’m Leavin’.”
Kim Upton, director of the Milestones Recovery Program in Hartselle, gave her testimony as a former drug addict and talked about the work at Milestones. Some of the women enrolled in the program performed skits to illustrate their experiences.
Gay Nell Wilhite prayed the benediction and blessed the food. Everyone attending enjoyed the lunch and a social hour in the fellowship hall. The head of the food committee was Christy Guthrey. The Corinth Women really appreciated all those who helped with the event.
Jeremiah Castille will be the guest speaker at Shady Grove Baptist Church’s contemporary service April 7 at 6 p.m. He is a former University of Alabama football player during the era of Coach Bear Bryant. He is the chaplain of the University of Alabama football team.
Jeremiah grew up in a dysfunctional home with abuse, domestic violence and alcoholism. His successes in life were a direct result of the mentors he had, including Coach Bear Bryant. Everyone is invited to attend this service.
The McKendree United Methodist Women held their March meeting on Thur., March 21, at 11 a.m. at Columbia Cottage Assisted Living in Hartselle. Member Jean Lawrence, who lives at Columbia Cottage, was hostess for the meeting.
Carolyn Besnyl presented a continuation of the unit’s study on “World Poverty” and she asked the following questions on how we relate to poverty:
• What does it mean to be poor?
• What are the five most used words to describe the poor?
• What does “working poor” mean?
• Have you ever been poor?
It is predicted that the U.S. poverty level will remain at the peak of 15 to 16 percent until 2014. The cash income poverty levels in the U.S. are $22,214 for a family of four and $11,139 for an individual.
According to the social principles of the United Methodist Church, “Poverty most often has systemic causes and therefore we do not hold poor people morally responsible for their economic state.”
Tammy Vest led the prayer for those on the prayer request list and blessed the food. Everyone attending enjoyed lunch served by the cottage staff.
Afterwards, they enjoyed visiting with the other residents there. Seeing former interim pastor’s wife Aline Barnes was a special treat. The next meeting will be held on Thur., April 18, at 1:30 p.m., when members will discuss making sizable donations this spring.
Those attending the meeting were Ruth Lewis, Pam Holmes, Lorene Bryant, Kay Farrer, Tammy Vest, Jean Lawrence and Carolyn Besnyl.
The group expresses tits heartfelt “thanks” to Linda Huskey and Columbia Cottage for their wonderful meal.
Members of Shady Grove Baptist Church express Christian love and heartfelt prayers for the following who are on the church prayer list: Michelle Burcham, Beulah Lane, Bobby Kelly, Penny Hazel, Harvey Self, Syble Anders, Loretta H. Headly, Judy and Jim Barlow, Christy Lott, Kristy Bonds, Harold Ingle, Sidney Woznicki, Tut McCaghren, Debra Oliver, Robert and Bertha Self and Ruby Terry.
Current and former area residents who enjoyed attending a supper honoring Neil Quattlebaum on Fri., March 22, were: Kenneth Jones, Denny Morris, Willard and Clara Asherbranner, Phillip and Renee Tanner Hardin, Kay Bryant Farrer, Barry and Julie Dutton, Billy and Diane Tillman, Robert and Marti Pope and Charles Sandlin. The event was attended by 33 guests, 15 of which were 1968 classmates of Neil’s at Falkville High School. Our thoughts and prayers are with Neil during his illness.
Members of Shady Grove Baptist Church express Christian love and heartfelt sympathy to the following families: Paul and Emma Martin and family in the death of his mother, Jeanette Martin; Cissy and Clay Locklear and family in the death of her mother, Threasa Hancock Hogan Sandlin; Sherry Anderson and family in the death of her uncle, Joe Cannon; and Steve and Mary Terry and family in the death of his mother, Laura Mae Stewart Terry.