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Hartselle Enquirer

Danville-area resident places in Top 10 on coloring websites

Danville area resident Connie Pettey started coloring about two and a half years ago as a stress reliever after having a stroke. Connie says she found coloring to be very relaxing and helpful.

Connie has received many honors in online coloring competitions and has made the Top 10 many times on several coloring websites.

Connie has also had her coloring placed at the top of the banner for a website. This is a very special honor to receive on these coloring websites.

Connie recommends coloring for others who have had strokes or other health issues or just for the pure enjoyment of coloring.

Old-time Brush Arbor to be held May 31

An old-fashioned, open air revival will be held at Bankhead Forest with a special singing Memorial Day, May 31, at 2 p.m., featuring the groups One Voice, Malcolm Lindsey, The Ricketts, Joyful Noise and others. They will also have open mic sanging, preaching and barbecue at 5 p.m. The revival will continue Tuesday through Friday on the following schedule:

-June 1 – Joyful Noise singing, and preaching will be by Brother Wayne Dotson

-June 2 – Brother John McCullough of Haleyville will be preaching

-June 3 – The Harvilles will be singing and preaching

-June 4 – Brother Brian Oliver from Lexington will be preaching

The address for the revival is 1911 Lawrence County Road 89, Leola Road, Danville, in Bankhead National Forest.

For more information call Tim at 256-410-0886 or 256-410-0028. Everyone is invited to come out and join in the praise of the Lord and Savior and also to bring your instruments.

Falkville FFA Chapter News

Special congratulations go out this week to the Falkville FFA Chapter Nursery Landscape Team for placing fourth in the North District contest and qualifying for state! Team members are Cedric Beavers, Avery Bramlett, Kole Fitzgerald and Gavin Lee.

Falkville VFW awards scholarships

Each year the Falkville VFW awards leadership and service scholarships to students who have excelled as leaders and scholars. This year’s recipients are Haley Owens, Wyatt Tomlin, Savannah Fowler, Sydnee Fitzgerald and Julie Beavers.

Congratulations to each of these recipients, and special thanks to the Falkville VFW for rewarding the kids with these scholarships.

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