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Ava Assembly of God

We had another beautiful Sunday to worship the Lord. Today was National Women’s Day and we had a special guest speaker from the district to speak for us, Sister Ronda Amer. Sister Barbara Strong led the first service and did ...

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Arno

Bonnie Phipps said she didn’t make it to church Sunday. Tara brought Jett over last Monday. After she picked him up I got ready and went to my O.E.S. meeting. By that evening, I had two-tenths of an inch of ...

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All Around Bradleyville

I’m beginning to think the groundhog didn’t know beans about whether he saw his shadow or not. He might need glasses. It sure has been awfully wintry weather to be an early spring. Of course, I guess if it is ...

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Ava Kiwanis Club News

Several members were able to make our monthly night meeting last Thursday at 6 p.m. to hear Suzanne Cooney’s presentation about child abuse awareness.  Club members are willing to help this group by whatever means we can to ensure that ...

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Tecumseh/ Lilly Ridge

The chill of winter is with us this week as we go into the third week of February. Were having to put another log on the fire “so to speak.” Friends of Marsha and Dean Lyon were happy to see ...

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St. Francis Church News

Lent began on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 13 with our traditional service beginning with the chanting of The Litany or General Supplication for God’s mercy followed by the Penitential Office for Ash Wednesday, then the imposition of ashes and communion. Sunday, ...

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Smallett

Sunday morning service was opened with the bluegrass band playing some good old hymns then congregational hymns followed by prayer requests and prayer. Brother Dave Lafferty brought another beautiful piano song. Brother Roberts brought the message from Ecclesiastes 3:11, “Eternity.” ...

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Sandy Church

Last Weeks News – We stood and read our devotional from Romans 8.  Many prayer requests were shared.  As always, there is so much to pray about—our nation, our leaders, our military, the sorrowful, the sinful and needy.  LeaAnn Crum ...

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Rome

While shopping in town last week I saw people buying some garden seeds, after thinking about it, I realized it’s the middle of February and time to start thinking about flowers and veggies gardens. Norma Cross and I were in ...

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