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Sheriff’s tournament benefits Boys Ranch

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Posse and Sheriff Greg Bartlett will sponsor a benefit bass tournament for the Alabama Sheriff’s Boys Ranch at Punkin Center on Saturday, May 29, at Ingall’s Harbor in Decatur.

The registration fee will be $65 if paid in advance and $75 on the day of the tournament. Prizes offered will be $1,000 for first place, $700 for second place and $300 for third place.
The payout is based on 40 boats participating. There will be a five-fish limit. For more information, contact the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office at 351-4800 or Sergeant Cooper at 260-05444 or Andy Martin at 260-5657.
Vacation Bible school will be held at Shady Grove Baptist Church June 6-10 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. A special invitation is extended to all children of pre-school age through sixth grade.
The theme will be “Egypt—Joseph’s Journey from the Prison to the Palace.”
Members of Shady Grove Baptist Church express Christian love and prayers for Brad Turrentine, Lynn Montgomery,  Jerry Jordan, Mary Kathryn Carroll, Barbara Franklin, Jim McAbee, Glenda Hembree, Johnny Etienne, Barbara Gillespie, Bobby Brant, Buddy Stewart and David Lyell and family.
Special belated happy birthday wishes go out this week to Charlotte Letson on May 26. Happy birthday wishes are extended to  LaDarion Parker on May 27, Chris Long and Alyson Steele, both on May 28, Reagan Bowling on May 29 and Brandon Holland on May 31.
Special belated happy wedding anniversary wishes go out to Gregg and Dana Lindsey.
They celebrated their 20th anniversary on May 26.
Happy wedding anniversary wishes go out to Jason and Paige Boyd and Mike and Kay Hanline. Both couples will celebrate their anniversaries on May 27.
Shady Grove Baptist Church will host a Baptist Women’s Conference on Saturday, June 12, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Tickets are $10 each with lunch included.
The reservation deadline is May 30. Reservations may be made by contacting the church office at 773-5648.
Guest speaker for the conference will be Carrie McDonald, author of the book “Facing Terror.” Her book traces the mission work of she and her late husband, David, in Iraq, including the act of terror that claimed the lives of David and other mission team members in 2004.  Carrie continues to challenge people all over the world with her story and also encourages them to look beyond themselves to see God’s true purpose for their lives. She now lives in Texas and is the founder of “Carry On Ministries, Inc.”

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