Sharon Notables 2.07.12
Posted: Friday, February 10, 2012 12:01 am
By: Jacqueline Gardner, Correspondent
I apologize to my readers for missing last week’s edition of The Press. I seem to get days mixed up and it was my fault that I missed my deadline. I hope that I will get back on track and it won’t happen again!
I am proud to hear that our community is looking out for each other. Thank God those men were caught who allegedly murdered that young lady, but I also thank Him that each person has begun to reach out to others in need. It means a lot to me to know that we all care about each other in this community.
The Sharon Senior Center is the place to go if you want to socialize. Your age is not a factor at the center. If you enjoy playing cards, games, dominoes, ping-pong and many other activities, then stop and check out the center.
Why don’t you come out and meet the gang. Be sure you stop and pick up the prepared calendar so you know the dates of the activities and of any closings. If you need more information, call 456-2213.
If you want your information in our birthday and anniversary list, email or call me. You will find my information at the bottom of the article. Mark Carrington celebrated his birthday Jan. 28. Randy Gaylord celebrated his birthday Jan. 29, while Mandy and Graham Oliver celebrated their first anniversary.
Sadie Lamb celebrated her birthday Jan. 30. Steven Roberts celebrated his birthday Jan. 31. Larry Gaylord celebrated his birthday Wednesday. Phillip Clark celebrated his birthday Saturday. Linda Broom celebrated her birthday Sunday. Cindy Gaylord will celebrate her birthday today (Tuesday), while Steven and Misty Stone will celebrate their anniversary.
The thought for the week: “I don’t want to get to the end of my life and find out I just lived the length of it. I want to have lived the width of it as well.” If you have a thought you would like to share with the readers, email or call. My email is email@example.com and phone number is 456-9823.
That’s all the news from the Sharon community. Remember to continue to pray for one another, our community and our military. May God have mercy on our land and bless you all.
Published in The WCP 2.7.12