Hello everyone. Susie’s Country Roundhill Store is the main gathering place to hear about the Kirksville and Poosey news, but I found that Kirksville news has spread to morning breakfast at the Richmond McDonald’s.

I found some folks gathering and the talk was about the shortage and expense of this year’s hay. I guess you can almost go anywhere and hear about this year’s hay shortage. The farmers’ roll hay is dwindling down and some already are using their back-up square bales. Just think winter is just now starting. What a horrible feeling.

The Gilead Church is busy again. This time the seniors in the Kirksville and Poosey Community can benefit from their new project. At 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, at the Gilead Baptist Church, the youth group will be hosting a pancake breakfast for the community seniors. This is an act of respect and acknowledgment of the area seniors. Transportation will be available if needed. You can call Larry Freeman at 1-859-358-7318. The Gilead church is starting the year off right with a great showing of giving toward the community.

The Full Gospel Tabernacle also is busy this month. The Youth Group will be at the Smith Village office/social room on Jan. 26 at 1 p.m. Now this is on a Saturday, so they hoping for a great turnout. Their goal is for a youth outreach program. They will be providing fun Christian games, food and inspiration. They want to invite all of Smith Village and neighboring young people to come and join with them on this day.

This Sunday at the Full Gospel Tabernacle at 6 p.m., a new gospel group will start off the service with a few inspirational songs. The group Divine Favor will be a great treat for us all. They would like to extend an invite to all to come.

We have lost another member of our community; our sorrow goes out to the family.

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