Finally, the March winds are over. However, I’m sure some of you remember the rhyme, “April showers bring May flowers.” I’m also sure we will have a few more showers. We are so blessed beyond our appreciation. Even the purple weeds and yellow dandelions have such beautiful colors. Don’t get me wrong, I like a pretty green lawn, mine will be sprayed soon, but the nature of God’s Earth is beautiful.
I had the opportunity to watch my grandson, Chase Kidd, pitch in the baseball game Friday night, here at home field in Brighton. It was special to me because it was his 17th birthday. I know for a fact he had a good one, because he had several dinner parties over the weekend. My daughter from Centerville, Terri Barber, and her two boys, Dalton and Wyatt, visited last week, as they were also on spring break. We all took Chase out to Shogun (in Memphis) Thursday evening. That only started Chase’s celebration. I think they continued to party all weekend at various locations.
Dixie, the little dog of my neighbor, Mrs. Mary Alice McDaniels, came up missing last week during that horrible storm. By the time Dixie was missing for three days, Mary Alice was really broken hearted. Our animals are such an attachment to our families. There is a great ending to this story! Mrs. Patsy Fee found Dixie beside her carport Sunday afternoon. Several of the McDaniels’ family went to retrieve her and to thank Miss Patsy. This is part of our neighborhood watch, you might say. Way to go, Patsy! Mary Alice says she’ll not scold Dixie again for a long time.
Speaking of neighborhood watch, tonight, April 3, at 6:30 will be the annual meeting. If you’re available, please try and make it; our county is growing so fast, this is a much-needed service for all. A representative of the sheriff's office will be there to answer your questions.
Salem Presbyterian Church
Worship is 11 a.m. Rev. Charles Todd is the minister. Women’s Bible study circle groups will meet this Thursday at the church: circle number 1 is at 7 p.m. and circle number 2 is at 10 a.m. This Sunday, the 6th, we will celebrate the sacrament of the Lord’s supper.
The session will also meet this Sunday at 2 p.m. and the diaconate will meet at 3 p.m. Salem ARP Church We thank you for your thoughtfulness and your financial gift. We appreciate your continued prayers and support. May God’s richest blessings always be yours, the staff and volunteers of Confidential Care for Women.
Sharon ARP Church
Worship is 9 a.m. Rev. Charles Todd is the minister. We welcome all members, friends and visitors.
Open Door Baptist Church
Pastor Donald Tabb and members invite all to come worship with us. Located at Sharon Presbyterian Church, one mile east of Hwy.14, at the corner of Dunlap Orphanage Road and Beaver Creek Road. Worship is Sunday at 11 a.m. and at 5 p.m., with Wednesday evening at 7. A nursery is available.
For more information, visit us at www.opendoorbaptisttipton.org or call 901-461-5762.
The Win Club, better known as the Widows’ Group of Ladies, will meet at Olympic in Atoka this Friday the 4th at 11:30 to hear information from Edward Jones.
The Tipton County Republican Party Reagan Day Dinner will be held on Friday, April 5 at 6 p.m. at 165 Quinton Avenue in Munford. Special Guest: Senator Lamar Alexander, Congressman Stephen Fincher, Tennessee Senate Majority Leader Mark Norris, Tennessee Representative Debra Moody and Conservative Talk Radio Host Steve Gill. For more information you may call (615) 481-2661 or email@example.com
Have a great week, every one.