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ZION BAPTIST CHURCH HOLDS FUNDRAISER GOLF TOURNAMENT

The Members of Mt. Zion Baptist Church sponsored a fundraiser golf tournament on Sat., July 2 at the Quail Creek Golf Course and Resort. They enjoyed the golf game beginning at 8 a.m. The lunch was catered by the Cattlemen and everyone enjoyed the tasty hamburgers and hotdogs. Awards and prizes were given and the church members appreciate those who participated and the success of the event.

McKendree United Methodist Church hosted” Celebrate Recovery” and the weekly supper on Friday night, June 30. The supper was at 5:30 and included sloppy joes, chips, slaw, watermelon, chocolate cake and chocolate ice cream. Afterward, Noah Battles led the praise and worship service in the Bridge Center. Noah led the serenity prayer and Brother Mike Vest spoke about the Eight Principles. Noah led the songs and played guitar. There was also a video by a recovered Saddle Back Church Member. The men and women met for discussion with Brother Mike and Tammy Vest. The Youth met with Maria Ochoa and had recreation and crafts.

The Emmanuel Mennonite Church at Massey had a Father’s Day supper at the Church on Sun., June 25.

 

Brother Wayne Nisly and family and Brother Sam Nisly and Wanita Nisly went to Hutchinson, Kansas June 16 through June 18 for the Nisly Reunion.

 

Ellen Ruth and Lowell Brenneman and family went to Ohio for a nephew’s wedding on June 17. Lowell’s son, Joel was home from Haiti for vacation and went back for his mission work on June 21.

 

Eli, Rosie and Susan Kauffman went to Mexico for dental work and returned on Mon., June 26.

 

Special get well wishes go out this week for Diane Tillman, Janie DeJesus, Anita Reid, Bobbie Nix and Eric Summerford.

 

Belated happy birthday wishes go out this week for Sandra Morgan on July 1, Kay Farrer on July 7, Pam Holmes on July 13 and wonderful belated happy birthday wishes also go out this week for Hattie Mae Hardin and she celebrated her birthday on July 13 when she turned 99 years young.

Wonderful happy birthday wishes go out this week for Ashur Walker on July 29 and Larry Anders on July 27.

Christian love and prayers go out this week for Lorene Bryant, Ottis Dutton and Jimmy NeSmith. Christian love and heartfelt sympathy goes out this week for the family of Robert Hitt.

The Besnyl Family of Massey, Decatur, California and Missouri have enjoyed visiting in Alabama and Central City, Mo. in late June and early July. Carolyn Besnyl, Randy Besnyl, Terry Boyd, Matthew and Dwayne and Mandy Roper, Johnny O’Neil, Glenn and Jolene Besnyl and Brittany and Haley O’Neil and Tim Besnyl participated in a Memorial for Joyce Besnyl O’Neil in Central City, Mo. and also visited Alex 0’Neil there.

 

On Sun., July 2, Corinth West Baptist Woman’s group met at 10 a.m. for breakfast and their monthly meeting. Jessie Emerson presided and Shanda Garner gave the devotional, comparing youth and parents relationships with our prayer life and others relationships with Christ. Gayle Miller led the prayer for those requested. The women planned the Senior Citizens Day lunch for July 18 and the meal plans included hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, baked beans, desserts and drinks. Also plans for the oneday Vacation Bible School on Sat., July 22 were made during the business session. Classes and meals will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and family night for parents, youth and children will begin at 4 p.m. Lunch will be at noon and pizza will be served in the fellowship hall. The supper for family night will be spaghetti with meatballs, salad, garlic bread and cupcakes. Dawn Shedd prepared breakfast burritos and cream puffs for the group. GayNell Wilhite served juices, coffee and water. The meeting adjourned at 10:50 a.m.

Corinth West Baptist Church Men’s Club met on Sun., July 2 at 10 a.m. in the fellowship hall. Dawn Shedd served their breakfast. The group discussed grilling burger patties and weiners for the July 18, Senior Citizens Day lunch. The group also discussed the getting the buildings ready for the Bible School and family night to be held on July 22. They also discussed summer repairs that needed to be done. Brother Glenn Miller is their pastor. Prayer requests were made and prayed for before adjournment.

Mt. Zion Baptist Church Congregation had a “Reconnect Vacation Bible School Fun Pool Party” at the Hartselle Aquatic Center from 6 to 8 p.m. on Sat., July 15.

On Saturday, July 29 at 5 p.m. the Mt. Zion Baptist Congregation will have a seafood and freshwater fish supper at Top of the River Restaurant in Guntersville. Brother Wayne Penn is their pastor.

 

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