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Little Creek

This is Thursday morning. I awakened to 25 to 50 robins in my yard. Spring is officially here! My granddaughter, Jessica Taber, started working as my aide today. I am excited because she can take me places and we will ...

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Olga

Spring is finally here! The birds are singing, the frogs are making themselves heard and a warm breeze can be felt in the air here and there. We continue to get enough rain here in Olga to green the grass ...

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Highlonesome

There has been lots of sickness and deaths recently. Sympathy sent to the Lee Jones and Sue Holt families and all that lost loved ones. Bob Rains had a heart attack, but wasn’t too bad. We went to the hospital ...

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Happy Home Church

The sun was out and everybody was smiling. What a beautiful day. Our service began with Bro. Dee greeting all with a good morning. We had many prayer requests. Bro. John led in prayer. We had the pledges to the ...

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Goodhope News

Well, it’s been about nine weeks since I’ve written items for Goodhope. Back in winer I was putting wood in the stove and twisted wrong, pulled a muscle in left hip on sciatica nerve. Ouch! Ouch! I used a walker ...

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Girdner Church News

We gained us a granddaughter-n-law this last Saturday! Our oldest grandson, Cory, married Samantha Hood. We welcome her to our family. Please pray for them as they begin this new adventure of marriage. Our oldest granddaughter, Courtney, is taking a ...

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Gentry News

After prayer and singing to open the service, we studied in Sunday school class about the Holy Spirit and how it is real and we have the promise that He will be with us for all time. Our special song ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendant and prayer was given by Bro. James Moore. Sunday school lesson was How To Get Along In the Family of God, Matthew 18:1-14 taught by Ronnie Epps. After ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

St. Leo’s gala on St. Patrick’s Day evening was a smashing success. Having attended early it was surprising to me to see so many people that I didn’t recognize and don’t recall seeing before. Plenty of Irish stew, Potato Soup, ...

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