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By Lou McQuary Koby Hallum had a Minecraft birthday party on Saturday, April 30, at Rockin’ Hoptown in Ecru. Guests included his cousins Shelby Tucker, Kylan Tucker, Mason Hood and Layla Hood. Justin Treadaway brought his son, Joseph Treadaway. Koby also had other friends from school, Mikel Jennings and Kenneth Kilinger. Additional family members and […]

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Ellistown Breezes

By Margaret McCraw With the ending of April one-third of our new year is spent. Have you kept the resolutions you made at the beginning? Most likely most of us have messed it up already. Maybe that is why Jesus told us “There is none good no not one.” He made us and knows us […]

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Eastern Lights

By Loretta Easley A special hello to a dear cousin and friend, Nannie Lee Coker, who called on Friday. Nannie is having breathing problems and has help most days.  She is always thinking of others and putting them above herself.  May God bless you. Sue McDonald and Loretta Easley visited Sue’s sister, Ezell Franklin at New  […]

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Ellistown Breezes

By Margaret McCraw “The Heavens declare the glory of God and the earth showeth His handiwork.” What better time than spring to show His handiwork in the many shades of green we see among the new leaves budding forth on trees and green grass in the meadows. He even gives us early blooming wildflowers to […]

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Macedonia news

By Lou McQuary Noel Long, Bethany Sparks, Abby Atkins, and Ja Lyn Ormon went to Orange Beach April 8-10. They enjoyed soaking up the sun and eating some good seafood. They also shopped at the Tanger Outlet. On Saturday, April 16, the families of Pat Churchill and Billy Ferguson had a family reunion at the […]

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Center Hill Baptist Church news

By Tommie Cooper For the Wednesday night, April 13, Bible study, Bro. Hall was in Psalms 119:13, 27, 46 and 172, “Asking for understanding.” Sunday, April 17, we had a good crowd. Lena Pearl Littlejohn sang a special, “Most of All.” It was a beautiful song. Bro. Hall’s message was in Romans 13:8-14, “It’s Time To […]

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Hurricane news

By Susan Hooker Traveling along I-40 west last week gave a glimpse into the Americana of the historic Route 66 and portions of the Chisholm Trail that intersected at various towns in the Great Plains of Oklahoma, the Texas Panhandle, and down to I-20 west to Colorado City, Texas, a town that was settled by the homesteaders of the GTT […]

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New Century Club meeting

The April meeting of the New Century Club was in the home of Michelle Hagins. Members present were Collett Cross, Jean Dillard, Linda Everett, Susan Feather, Leanne George, Joy Hill, Carolyn Houston, Lynn Madden, Martha Frances Monroe, Mary Tate Pannell, Grace Provence, Anna Quinn, Shelia Robbins, Joan Smith, Rheta Ann West and guest Norma Ruth […]

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Eastern Lights

By Loretta Easley  Sympathy is extended to the families of Ruby Tate, Janice Roberts and Dorothy Carter who were buried Thursday and Friday of this week, April 7 and April 8. May God bless all of you. Wade Chism is having some problems with blood pressure. Vickie Cook will be having surgery on her ankle […]

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Macedonia news

By Lou McQuary Beverly Hall and Darlene Redding went to the Southern Women’s Show in Germantown on Saturday, April 2. They enjoyed shopping at all the different venues. For lunch they ate at Cheddars. Beverly and Darlene Redding are cousins. Nine members of WOM I and WOM II attended the WMU Spring meeting on April […]

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