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Lifestyles & Community

March 20, 2013

Celebration slated at community arts center

Paint Lick News

PAINT LICK — It’s rain, rain and more rain with thunder shaking the houses and lightning and puddles of water that seem to be everywhere.

It’s a chilly rain and hard to take when we had a warm temperature of 68 degrees this past Saturday.  

We, here at Friends of Paint Lick, enjoyed a “birthday party for five” last Friday for volunteers all born in the month of March. Phenyx (Dolly), Faith Ann Moore, Janet Perry, Hal Davis and Gail Adams were our birthday guests.

Linda and Loraine’s wonderful lentil soup, banana split cake and Gail’s pudding pie were a treat for us all.   

Everyone is welcome to be with us this Friday, March 22, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Paint Lick Community Arts Center as we celebrate our time spent with Hal and Yvonne Davis.

They have been an inspiration this past year and we will miss them.

On Sunday afternoon, March 24, at 3 p.m., the Davises have arranged for a very special presentation with Brother Tim Pack of Wallaceton Baptist Church at the arts center.

Tim will portray the Biblical character Paul in full dress of His time, while reciting the words of the Bible.

Be sure to call ahead – 925-2741. Seating is limited for this special event.  

Happy birthday of 10 years to Matthew Braeden Poff on March 22.

Also, happy birthday to Hal Davis, March 23; Mrs. Thelma Starnes, March 24; and Dora Dean Finley and Sarah Cornett Mason, March 25.

May God’s blessings be with you all.

The Fifth Sunday Hymn Sing will be Sunday, March 24,  at Scott’s Fork Christian Church, beginning at 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome.

Good Friday services will be conducted at Paint Lick United Methodist Church on March 29. Everyone is encouraged to attend and share in the blessings of Good Friday.

May God bless.

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