Archived Story

Corinth West Baptist hosts lunch for senior citizens

Published 11:55am Wednesday, February 19, 2014

I hope everyone especially the children have enjoyed the snow. As for me, I will be happy if we don’t get anymore white stuff this winter. I have to remember to slow down when crossing bridges and watch for patches of ice on the highways. However, if you don’t have to get out and go to work or other places, I guess it is somewhat pretty and fun to play in, at least my little dog thinks so. I am looking forward to spring and I wish that the ground hog had not seen his shadow

Members of Shady Grove Baptist Church express Christian love and heartfelt sympathy to the following families: Tommy and Janis Spinks and family in the death of his uncle, Walter Spinks; Debbie and Bobby White and family in the death of her sister, Carolyn Sue Norman McNutt; Cissy Locklear and Becky Smith and families in the death of their grandfather, Bill Hancock; Steve and Mary Terry and family in the death of his aunt, Mildred Breeding; Peggy and Wayne Holloway and family in the death of their brother-in-law, Jack Raley; and Connie and Tom Campbell and family in the death of her father, Freeman Wright.

Falkville Public Library Board met Tues., Feb. 18, at 4 p.m. in the library conference room. Minutes of the Christmas lunch meeting at the Freight House in Hartselle were read and approved.

Pam McDonald gave the treasurer’s report and Jenny Asherbranner gave out copies of the the monthly librarian report. She mentioned computer concerns and other issues.

During the business session, plans were discussed for the spring open house and a book-signing event for Rhona Summerford. Her book, The Falkville Connection is on sale at the library. Board members enjoyed refreshments and the meeting adjourned.

On Tues., Feb. 18, Corinth West Baptist hosted the community and area-wide senior citizens lunch. Jeff Reid gave the devotional. Everyone enjoyed the potluck meal. Belinda Ricks was in charge of the food. Following the lunch, those attending played bingo. Gay Nell Wilhite conducted games and Anita Reid was in charge of prizes. The March meeting will be Tues., March 18, featuring a post-St. Patrick’s Irish meal. Donna Smithson and Shanda Garner are co-chairmen of the women’s group that plans the special events.

Everyone is urged to come out to Tin Top Variety on Sat., March 1, for the Classic Car Show and Antique Tractor Show. Tin Top is located on U.S. 31 south of Hartselle near Thompson Road. There will be food, drinks, music and other entertainment. This show is sponsored by the New Life-God’s Church at Fairview as a fundraiser for their benevolent programs.

Belated happy birthday wishes go out this week to Shirley Bibb, Brett Riggs and Jacob Holder, all on Feb. 17, Cody Camper on Feb. 18.

Happy birthday wishes also go out this week to Kayla Thomas on Feb. 19, Thomas Josiah Johnson on Feb. 21 and Jane Vest on Feb. 23.

Happy wedding anniversary wishes go out this week to Eddie and Gloria Dotson on their 43rd wedding anniversary Feb. 19, Wayne and Peggy Holloway on their 53rd wedding anniversary Feb. 19 and Paul and Emma Martin on their 26th wedding anniversary Feb. 23.

Danville and area members of West Hartselle Baptist Women’s group are looking forward to Fusion Ministry Sat., March 8, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Lunch will be served and there will be door prizes.

Women’s event leaders are asking for a $10 donation. Call 256-723-6086 for more information.

Sheila West, founder of Real Living Ministries is the guest speaker. Sheila has been sharing God’s word at women’s meetings for 30 years.

Her topic is “Takin’ Care of Business.” Her scripture is Psalm 39-6-7. “We are merely moving shadows and all our busy rushing ends in nothing. We heap up wealth not knowing who will spend it.”

Visitors are welcome.

Congratulations go out to Robert Summerford of Falkville and Heather Roberts of Hartselle who were married Sat., Feb. 8, at Fairview: The Grace Place. The wedding was a family event. Robert is well known for his many years of service at Summerford Nursing Home. Everyone is proud for Robert and Heather and wish them the best.

Editor's Picks