Posted: Friday, April 27, 2012 8:00 pm
The annual citywide yard sale will be held Saturday. It will be the biggest and best yard sale yet. Treasures will be found all over town, and even on the outskirts of town. Remember that there are 10×10 spaces available and the fee is only $5. You can pay the fee at Sharon City Hall. You can call Nancy Elinor at 514-8761 or Penny Branson at 456-3043 if you need more information. Sellers, be sure you have your reservations made and be ready for the greatest yard sale in this county. See you Saturday.
If you want your information on our birthday and anniversary list, please email or call me. You will find my information at the bottom of this article. On Tuesday, Ashlyn Chandler, Lauren Simmons, Mark Mansfield and Joe Blackburn celebrated their birthdays. On Wednesday, Lauren Lassiter celebrated her birthday.
I hear people around town saying there is nothing to do in Sharon. They are very wrong. Try our Sharon Senior Center if you like to play cards, various games, horseshoes, Ping-Pong, or if you just socialize, this is the place for you. At our center, age is not a factor. Many people of different ages are found there. All you need to do is stop and check it out. Why don’t you come and meet the gang? Be sure you stop by and pick up the prepared calendar so you know the dates of the activities and of any closings. If you need information about the center, call 456-2213.
We also have Legends in downtown Sharon. Stop by and get their schedule for events and enjoy a live band on Saturday nights. It is another great place to meet people and have a great time.
The thought for the week is from a post on Facebook by Doris Harper, “Live without pretending, love without depending, listen without defending, and speak without offending.” If you have a thought you would like to share with the readers, drop an email or call and I will put it in my article. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and phone number is 456-9823.
Well, that is 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 4.26.12