Danville News

AREA FAMILY LOSES EVERYTHING IN HOUSE FIRE

By the grace of God Tiffany Craig and her family were not at home when their house burned on Dec. 9. They lost everything in the fire and while this is hard at any time of the year, it is especially hard when you lose everything during Christmas time. The family wishes to thank the Ebenezer Fire Dept. and the Falkville Fire Dept. Tiffany encourages everyone to please use safety caution like fire detectors, keeping anything that can burn at least three feet away from heating equipment, like the furnace, fireplace, wood stove or portable space heaters. Remember to turn portable heaters off when leaving the room or going to bed. Always use the right kind of fuel for fuel burning heaters as instructed by the manufacturer. Also remember to test fire alarms at least once a month. Tiffany is in need of size 18-24 months little boys jeans, and mens jeans size 30-30, and a toy box and Christmas items for their son, plastic hangers . Donations can be left at J.&P. Earnest Cutlery in Hartselle and all donations will be delivered to Tiffany. Pictures are posted with this story showing what was left of Tiffany and her family’s home.

The Members of Shady Grove Baptist Church express Christian love and heartfelt prayers for the following who are on the church prayer list and they are, Delbert Vest, Ruby Self, Karen Moore, J.W.Blackwood, Denise Brackeen, Dennis Olive, Melissa Stancil, Penny Buckalew, Sidney Woznicki, Shirley Bibb, Delisa Templeton, Barbara LeMay, Mike Segars, Randy Lewis, Diane Young and Linda Yancy.

Special belated happy birthday wishes go out this week for Charles Austin-Dec. 19 and happy birthday wishes also go out this week for Ryan Johnson-Dec. 21, Trevor Sherrill-Dec. 23, Buddy Lacy-Dec. 25 and Paul Martin-Dec. 25.

Peggy Penn Rogers of Spanish Fort has been visiting family and friends in Johnson’s Chapel, Neel, Danville and Massey. She stayed at her home in Johnson’s Chapel. There was damage to her house during the Nov. 29 tornado and also to her late monther-in-law, Bell Roger,s home near by.                Wayne and Mary Hardin of Danville attended his cousins Christmas supper at Libby’s Restaurant in Priceville on Sat., Dec. 10. Twenty-three Cousins and family members attended. They played “Dirty Santa” and planned to play “White Elephant” Christmas for next year. These relatives are descendants of Katie Minter Hardin and Edgar Hardin.

 

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