New Year's round-up

Certainly hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and will have a good year to come. I heard that Doris Whitten helped with the Reber Church service last Sunday. Congratulations, and know she did a good job. Lee Ackley was kindenough to do the service the week before. He is doing well following his surgery, for which we are all grateful.

Deepest sympathy to the family of Keshia Pierce. How truly awful to loss someone so young and vibrant. I did hear that Ryan Bruno is doing a little better in the Burlington hospital. Our prayers go out to him and his family also.

Marion Clark is doing a good job of keeping me supplied with cookies. They are yummy!

Remember; "Friendship is a rare flower that seldom blooms on earth. 'Tis nourished by a precious few who really know it's worth."

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