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Caney Church

Caney met together Wednesday evening to study God’s word and praise Him for His goodness. Bro. Hi Lambeth took charge of the service. He took prayer requests and praise reports. Bro. Jim Lafferty led in prayer. Bro. Hi read Psalms ...

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Breedon News

Opening the service Joe read 122 Psalms. Lee Hampton said the opening prayer. Our lesson was the 4th chapter of Ephesians. Good Sunday, the Lord’s Day to you all. I was late for Sunday school and received that opening took ...

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Black Oak Church

“Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me,” Psalm 51:10. Brother Roy Frye opened Sunday school after we sang. He read Psalm 66:1-12 for the devotion and dismissed us to class. Pastor David ...

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Bethany Baptist Church

Pastor Bob and Darlene Sorensen and their daughter, Sally, hosted a 4th of July gathering at their home last Thursday. Families represented were the Woods, Banks, Stillings, Priddy, Corders, and Rogers. Some of them played volleyball, everybody visited, and no ...

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Basher News

Friday Bob and Linda took me to my doctor appointment in Springfield. Barb and Jack came after church on Sunday and cooked dinner and visited. On Sunday evening, Bob and Linda took me for a drive. I got a call ...

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Ava Senior Center

Our menu for this week includes Monday, July 15—Roast beef on a bun, potato salad, coleslaw, sherbet.  Tuesday, July 16—Pork chop, mashed potatoes and gravy, bread, cake.  Wednesday, July 17—Cook’s Choice.  Thursday, July 18—Tuna sandwich, baked beans, cucumbers, chips, cookie.  ...

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Arno

Bonnie Phipps and I talked and she said that her and Cecelia Edwards went to church Sunday. I took my news in last Monday and stopped by KKOZ and dropped a loaf of bread off and took eggs over by ...

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Your Hands Can Save A Life

ST. LOUIS – Learning Hands-Only CPR is very easy, and could well put you in a position to save someone’s life – possibly that of a family member. According to Katie Connolly, a community CPR manager for the American Heart ...

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