Sharon Notables

Sharon Notables

By: By Jacqueline Gardner

Please remember to support the Sharon Booster Club by ordering barbecue! This is the last week to place your orders! All proceeds benefit the Sharon Junior High athletics, and Modern Woodmen Insurance will match up to $2500 for any monies raised on this project. Preorders for Boston butts cost $20, ribs cost $20, half chickens cost $5 and will be accepted until Saturday, April 26, only. Orders will be ready on Saturday, May 3, from 1-3 p.m. at B&R Machine & Gear, located at 4809 Highway 45 in Sharon. To place an order call Bill Bostwick at 456-2031, Bo Gayley at 819-0238, William Witherington at 456-2679 or B&R at 456-2636, or you may contact any Booster Club Member to order.
Sharon Parks and Recreation will have their basketball supper tonight, April 24, at 6:30 in the cafeteria of the Sharon School. All team members are asked to bring a dish to go with pizza, and come out and enjoy supper together. The awards are immediately following the supper. If you have questions, call Bill Bostwick at 456-2031.
The City Wide Yard Sale in Sharon will be held this Saturday. If you want to set your sale up on the property by the tracks, it is on a first-come, first-serve basis. There will be no reservations! If you have any questions about the yard sale, contact Nancy Elinor at 456-2780 or Penny Branson at 456-3043.
On Friday April 25 and 26 the Sharon Senior Center will have yard sales from several different people at the center. Be sure you stop in and say hello and check out the deals! Mark your calendars and we hope to see you at the Sharon Senior Center!
The Sharon Dulcimers have resumed practice. They meet every Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. at the Sharon Senior Center. Practice is weekly unless otherwise posted. If you play or sing, you are welcome to join in with the group. It is a great way to relax after a hard day, too. If you have questions you can call Prentice or Betty Ary at 456-2776 for further information.
The Sharon Library is still doing the shredding Tuesday through Friday from 1-3 in the afternoon. Bring your old documents to the back door of the library. There is a charge of 50 cents per pound. The shredder can handle small staples and credit cards. You can call the library if you need more details.
The monthly Book Buzz will meet today, April 24, at 1:30. The library will also have a book sale during the City Wide Yard Sale on Saturday, April 26. If you need further information pertaining to anything at the library, please feel free to call 456-2707 and ask your questions.
Randy and Cindy Gaylord spent an enjoyable four days last week in Millbrook, Ala., to visit with their daughter, Kimberly and two grandsons, Anderson and Tucker Malone. The weather was wonderful, with the dogwoods and azaleas bursting with color. It was hard to leave the 85-degree weather and come back to 30-degree weather in Northwest Tennessee.
I have no birthdays this week, but I do have one anniversary to report. Doyle and Winnie Sims are celebrating 65 years of marriage! Now, I don’t know if you know these people are not, but they are great neighbors to my husband and me. And you know what? Mr. Doyle told me not long ago that Mrs. Winnie is the love of his life, and she feels the same about him. They have been through many things together, and not a day goes by that they don’t tell each other how much they love and appreciate each other, either! And I want to say a very happy anniversary to them from the Sharon community and from my family! It says a lot when people are married over 50 years, and now they have reached 65! God bless you, Mr. Doyle and Mrs. Winnie, and may you have many more anniversaries together!
Remember that if you aren’t added to the community birthday and anniversary list, please email or call me with your information. I would love to complete it, but I can’t do it without you. So while you are reading this article, you could stop for one moment and give me a call with your family’s information.
Well, for today, that is “all the news that is news” from the Sharon community. Remember to continue to pray for the military, your neighbors, and that God will have mercy on our land!

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