Short and sweet this week folks.
Just getting in from Nashville over the weekend. I truly had a ball. The weather was beautiful. I even went to the park there and walked on the hiking trail. Of course I stopped to rest several times, but I made it.
I attended Lake Providence Baptist Church with family and friends on Sunday and enjoyed Sunday school and church. Got home after 10 p.m. on Sunday. I was tired but happy. Now I'm getting to your news.
On March 22 from 4-8 p.m. the Jamestown Community Health Organization's annual Take Ten will be held. All tickets are $10.
This year's theme is "Southern Comfort” and will be featuring a southern style menu. Ten Tables will present the entertainment. The public is invited. Come join JCHO for a load of fun and good old home cooking.
Happy birthday to Thomas Burton and Angela Norris on the 15th, Jon Hunter on the 16th, Marcus Summers on the 20th, Terrance Sherrill and Cherry Summers on the 24th, Cana Jackson on the 26th, LaGreta Gray Brown on the 27th, Eddie Dye on March 1 and Bryon Stokes and Jasmine Terry on March 3.
We are in prayer for Katarene Harber, Eva Heaston, Ruth Alston, Carlotta Jones, Clark and Birdie Jones, Flossie Woods, Jessie Lawson, Eugene Baker, Joseph Heaston Sr., Beaulah Wakefield, Charlene Sneed, Mary Ballard and family, Connie Brown, Rudolph Boykins, Willie Reed Jr., Rev. Darryl Rozzell and family and Mel Anderson.
Pastor W.E Gatlin, a teacher at St. Paul M.B Church in Drummonds, is expecting to see you at noon the first Saturday in March for the regular missionary meeting. The public is invited.
This is all the news that I've been given at this time.
There will be much more next week. Keep reading, okay!
Remember: The most important thing about a goal is having one and then pursuing it to it's fullest!
St. Paul's Black History program is a huge success for February, with the youth department highlighting famous black inventors. In fact, it's such a hit that it's going to be continued on into March. W.E. Gatlin is senior pastor.