Family Bible finds its way back home
New Center News
With the help of the Hartselle Enquirer and the line of communication I’m glad to report that there is a family Bible that has found its way back to the family of its owner. Thank you so much for your help. The Bible is now in the possession of Mrs. Sanders’ daughter.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. If you’ve not had your yearly mammogram, let me stress to you how important it is to make an appointment and have that done. So many times we ladies get busy and forget to make an appointment or something comes up and we cancel it and then one day we find something. So please don’t hesitate to call today.
Thank you men so much for the grilled fish and the other meats you prepared for the church picnic at New Center Baptist Church. Also thank you ladies for taking care of the side dishes and desserts. Everyone had a great time.
Christian love and sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Blyth Halbrooks and Christy Hughes.
Happy birthday wishes go out this week to Sandra Borden on Oct. 14, Margaret Yeager and Stephanie Wilson, both on Oct 15, Eula Francis Downs on Oct. 16, Carla Ransom, Cody Robbins, Javon Alldredge and Vicki Jones, all on Oct. 17, Steven Aguado on Oct. 18, Dione Hatfield, Lauri Livingston and Barbara Hawkins, all on Oct. 19 and Ryan Halbrooks on Oct. 20.
On Sunday, Oct. 17, the Brotherhood of New Center Baptist Church will prepare lunch for everyone. They will be serving chili and stew for donations. This is being done to help with the Lottie Moon Christmas offering for international mission work.
The goal is to raise $5,000 before Christmas. So don’t forget your donation.