We are surely getting rain showers this week according to the forecast.
Prayers are for Agene Hawkins of Brixey area as he was taken to Baxter Co. Regional Hospital over the weekend. Our best wishes for his recover.
A week ago Saturday the Gainesville First Baptist Youth group enjoyed a spring outing and picnic lunch, along with playing “disc golf” at Rocky-Top Camp ground at Tecumshe.
The families who lost loved ones recently have our sympathy. Among them are the Lynn Strong and Donna Gargione families.
A dedication for Josh and Samantha Mayberry’s new baby girl, Lillian Jane, was held Sunday evening at church.
Lyndon and Linaia Pitcock from Fair Grove came to visit me Saturday and brought their grandbaby, Chloe Mae Wright, now 5 months old, to get acquainted with me, her great-grandma. Her mother and daddy were both on their jobs in Springfield.
Maxine Smith and Doris Treiber stopped in to see me one day last week.
I can admire a good garden that Shane Pendergrass has growing nearby. I was unable to plant a garden this year. And old habits are hard to give up.
Lilly Ridge bi-monthly potluck dinner is Sunday, May 6. Our monthly business meeting will be after services Sunday evening.
Sam and Donna Weaver and Paralee Rea attended the Order of Amaranth in Springfield at the York Rite Masonic Hall Friday evening.
Ava General Baptist Church is to host the Ozark One Day Convention for women’s missions Saturday, May 5 at 10 a.m.
It was good to have Mary Boze back from taking care of her daughter who had chemo therapy for several weeks.
Our annual cemetery comnmittee meeting will be Sunday, June 10, 3 p.m. in the church fellowhip ball at Lilly Ridge.
Edith McKinnon and granddaughter Sharon Garcia enjoyed visiting the Dawt Mill craft show with local artists, including pottery from Ava, jewelry, turkey calls and a variety of other crafts, on Sunday afternoon.
Lynn Johnson, from Willow Springs, is working on remodeling his house near North Fork river.
Happy 10th birthday to Sharon Garcia this Friday, May 4.
Also a belated May 1 birthday wish to McKayla Leann Braden, a granddaughter, at Forsyth.
A thought to remember “an ounce of safety is worth a ton of luck”.