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Basher

There was a good turnout for the workday at Dyer Cemetery and we appreciate everyone for helping.  The cemetery looks real good.  Barb, Jack and Miracle, spent a few days camping at Forsyth.  Bob and Susie have had visitors over ...

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Ava Senior Center

Our menu for this week includes:  Monday—Closed for Memorial Day holiday.  Tuesday, May 29–Nachos, Mexican corn, refried beans, ice cream.  Wednesday, May 30—Pork chop, potatoes, gravy, green beans, roll cheesecake.  Thursday, May 31—Chili dogs, baked potato, carrot salad, cookie.  Friday, ...

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Assembly of God

We had a wonderful day to meet and worship our Lord today, we sang the hymn. Truly if we want to know more about Him we can. All we need to do is read His Word and talk to Him ...

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Arno

I talked with Bonnie Phipps, Sunday and she had gone to church and was doing ok.  I had little Jett, Monday and Tuesday of last week.  Violet Blakey stopped and dropped a package off  last Tuesday.  Mark brought me eggs ...

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All Around Bradleyville

Is it just me or isn’t this turning out to be a strange spring? Seems like everything is a month ahead and I even have trouble remembering that it isn’t a month later than it is. We have even seen ...

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Wasola

“And many nations shall be joined to the Lord in that day and shall be my people I will dwell in the midst of thee and thou shalt know that the Lord of hosts hath sent me unto thee,” Zechariah ...

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The Higher Calling

We are into our fourth week of Jesus’ teaching in Mark 11: 22-26 and this misunderstood and often unused truth of the Master, if used, will bless your life and the lives of those around you, and God will be ...

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Tecumseh

As these news items are written we are really needing rain and half of the month of May is gone. It’s so dry the usual May flowers aren’t blooming as pretty. However the catalpa tree blooms are very pretty. Maxine ...

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Sweden Church

Glaucoma is an eye disease that can lead to blindness.  If it goes untreated, the pressure in the eye rises and the eyeball itself starts to harden.  It’s interesting that once it begins hardening, the vision begins to go.  It’s ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, May 13th, was the Fifth Sunday after Easter.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Epistle for the day, St. James 1:22, “Be ye doers of the word and not hearers only,” in which James stresses the need for ...

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