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I am loving this mild weather for a few days. I plan to use one of these mild days to do some yard work, of which my yard needs badly. Leaves that were waiting for a mild winter day to ...

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Ava Kiwanis Club News

Several members gathered at Krazy Daze last Thursday at noon for the regular weekly meeting.  We are going to be checking into some fundraising opportunities as we continue service to the community.  We also approved a February calendar and a list ...

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Wasola

“But grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and forever, amen,” II Peter 3:18. Sympathy to the families of David Miller, Vada Smith and Lawrence Thompson. John ...

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Tecusmeh

Every sunny day in January gets us closer to spring although we may have to wait for Mr. Groundhog to predict the weather February 2nd and that is less than two weeks away. The Friendly Neighbors Extension Club plan to ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, January 20 was the second Sunday after Epiphany. Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the gospel for the day, St. Mark 1:1 “Behold I send my messenger before me…” This messenger was John the Baptist and his baptism of ...

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Smallett

Sunday morning service opened with music with the band then prayer requests and prayer. We then had congregational hymns. Sister Joyce Erickson sang a special. Brother Roberts brought the message from John 17:1-5, “Bring Glory to God.” Sunday evening we ...

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Sandy Church

Saturday night at 6:30 a few came together for the annual business meeting.  I think everything stayed the same again this year.  It is amazing how good our God is. At 9:30, we began our Lord’s Day with prayer.  Brad ...

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Rome

It’s plenty cool here in the holler this morning, but we have enjoyed the last three days.  We went to the Mt. Tabor Cemetery to pick up the old flowers from Dick’s grave, Friday.  Kelly, Kailey and Kyle Thompson and ...

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Red Bud News

A good morning to everyone.  We hope you all had a good and safe weekend.  Sorry no news last week as none was turned in and my mind was blank.  We send get well wishes to all the sick, the ...

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Red Bank Church

The Sunday morning church service at Red Bank began with hymns lead by Gary Lirley.  A warm welcome was provided by Jerry Huff.  He introduced the Sunday school lesson called, “Obadiah: A message of God’s Justice,” taken from Obadiah 1-21.  ...

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