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Monthly Archives: July 2012

T.O.P.S.

Tuesday, July 3rd, T.O.P.S. #0720 met and was called to order by Sharon with fifteen weighing in with a total loss of 13 lbs. Top loser was Billy. Kathleen and Roger stayed the same. We will continue to meet after ...

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Phipps-Cunningham Reunion Held June 2

The Phipps-Cunningham annual family reunion was held Saturday, June 2, 2012 in the basement of the Walnut Grove Church. A bountiful meal complete with homemade ice cream was enjoyed at noon. The afternoon was spent visiting, taking pictures and listening ...

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Calendar of Events

This column is provided to our readers free of charge to announce upcoming events that are free to the public. Publication of the same announcement will be limited to two insertions. * * * The Douglas County Historical Society monthly ...

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T.O.P.S.

Tuesday, June 19th T.O.P.S. #0720 met and was called to order by Sharon with seventeen weighing in with a total loss of 13 lbs. Top loser was Rachel.  Judy and Evelyn stayed the same. Sharon read a letter from Randy ...

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Sweden Church

HAPPY JULY 4TH!  HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!  Independence Day?  Could be that SCOTUS had a little slip and forgot that independence from government control was what this country was founded on.  So much for that.  God had it right when he ...

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Smallett

Well, I am sending these items in early due to the 4th of July holiday so don’t have notes from Sunday yet. Bob and Nora Edwards enjoyed having Alexis Swearengin spend the day with them on Wednesday. Her Mother, Miranda ...

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Quad Cities

6-25-12. Well, hello there. Here it is a nice, bright sunshiny day. A little breezy, but that’s okay. We were blessed with a wonderful thunderstorm early Saturday morning that left us with just under five inches of rain, 4.8″. we ...

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Olga

Well, I heard that there were some areas that received rain last night. Sure wish that we had been one of them! We are continuing to pray for rain. Let me begin this week by a note on the passing ...

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