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Calling all quilters for weekend classes  

By Martha Jackson

There will be a quilters’ weekend Jan. 14-15 at the Massey Fire Station on Evergreen Road. Classes Friday will begin at 8, and Saturday’s classes will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  

Everyone is asked to bring their sewing machines and their current project.  

Dale Hill will be teaching a class on a log cabin square.  

The cost will be $45 for two days or $20 for one day. For additional information and to reserve your spot, text Lisa Burns at 256-303-3534

Liberty Paintball  

Liberty Paintball of Danville will be hosting a benefit for Aaron Warnick Jan. 17 from 10 a.m. t0 5 p.m.  

Fully 100 percent of the proceeds will go to help Aaron, who is undergoing chemo treatments. He is the pastor at Piney Grove Christian Church in Falkville.  

The cost will be $22.50, which includes mask, hopper, gun and all day air – paintballs separate – and they will also be selling hotdogs, chips and drinks.  

There will be a drawing for a future paintball free pass for the first 15 people who sign in and every 15th

Anyone who doesn’t want to come play paintball but would like to contribute can mail donations to Piney Grove Christian Church, 388 East Piney Grove Road, Falkville, AL 35622.   

The address for Liberty Paintball is 935 Liberty Road, Danville.  

Christmas program at Corinth West Methodist Church

Christmas Eve at 9 a.m.,  

Dec. 19 the members of Corinth West Methodist Church enjoyed a program titled “Angels Cape,” wherein four angels were preparing for Jesus’ birth. They had shepherds, a nativity scene and a candle service.   

The four angels were Melanie Maddox, Roxanne Asherbranner, Haley Harper and Katie Smith. Other members served as shepherds and wise men, and Shelly Maddox was the pianist.  

Refreshments were served in the fellowship hall following the service.  

The  Christie Guthrie at Corinth West Baptist Church will coordinate the January  

Saying goodbye   

Many people from all walks of life had a lot of experiences both good and bad in 2021. COVID changed the way we normally would go about our day-to-day way of living.  

A lot of families lost loved ones because of COVID, and a lot of close friends were lost,  

Online church services became a routine way of attending church. Virtual classes at home also became the new school day for students. We had to learn how to deal with social distancing, and even now, a lot of people are still wearing protective face masks  

I hope and pray 2022 will be filled with no COVID and with neighbors and friends helping each other when they have problems to deal with.  

“God bless us, everyone.”