News Notes for Feb. 17
Posted: Friday, February 18, 2011 4:01 pm
Family to sing
Greg McDougal family will be at McConnell Baptist Church on Feb. 20 during the morning worship. They will sing and share their testimony of God’s love. For more information call (731) 479-1236.
set at Como
There will be a chili supper and silent auction fund raiser for the Ore Springs/Como Fire Dept. on Saturday night Feb. 26 at the Como Fire Station. The station is about 1/4 mile towards McKenzie from the Hwy. 54 caution light in Como. Supper and auction are from 5:30 until 6:30 p.m. bingo will follow at 7 p.m. Menu provided by the ladies of the community will be chili (choice of elk, venison, or beef) or vegetable soup with sandwich, chips, dessert and drink for $6.
Fuller Street Baptist Church in Dresden invites every one to their annual Black History program set for 4 p.m., Feb. 27. The theme will be “Who Are We?” and “What Do We Know?”
The format will be Part 1: Individuals portraying famous African Americans and Part 2: Black History Quiz’em – teams competing in a question and answer jeopardy activity.
A reception will follow and guests can observe materials on display in the fellowship hall.
Black History Committee consists of Sister Margaret Capps, Chairperson; Sister Reda Cunningham and Sister Vanessa Bright.
The Purchase Area Master Gardeners Association will present a program on beautiful gardens that inspire and are to be imitated Saturday, March 12, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., at the Cherry Civic Center in Paducah, Ky. Presentations, which include pictures, will be by Dr. Winston Dunwell, U.K. Professor, of Horticulture at the Princeton station, and Justin Stetler, Historical Horticulturist at Carnton Plantation, Franklin, Ky. Dunwell will discuss his favorite gardens, and Stetler will exlplain how he restored a 19th Century garden. In addition, PAMGA will sell seeds, plants, garden books, tools and related products.