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By Hazel Fleming - Spa News

Hello. Did you have a good week? Have any garden goodies to put up? I hear a lot of gardens have dried up and given up. We think we need a rain badly, it will come sometime.

Tuesday our Sunday school class went out for a delicious lunch and time together. Those going were Ada Dorris, Joyce Chapman, Hester Martin, and myself. We always have a good time. On that day several people I knew were also there like Annie Nash, Betty Stuart, Evelyn Skipworth, Angie Dudley, James and Sue Fuller and Kathy and Howard Kisselbaugh. It is always good to get to see others we know.

Well congrats to the Webb sisters as they reopened the Webb’s restaurant again. Best wishes girls Nancy, Joan, Lisa and Lana. I wish them a good business and much success.

Got to hear from good friend Dean Harrell this week. She is in Signature Health establishment, which was formerly known as Rosewood. She is doing some better, at least she has gained a wee bit of weight she had lost. Wish she could feel lots better because I still miss my old Dean.

It was good to see Carrie Belcher of Lexington at church yesterday. She had been having some more medical problems, but she sure looked good.

Saturday night was the ice cream supper at church to welcome Bro. Jody, Tonya and the boys of North Carolina. It was a good time. At 11 a.m. on Sunday Bro. Jody preached and boy did he preach. He did a fantastic job. We then had a meal at the activities building with more activities that afternoon. Then on the last night we had the final service with him heading back home. It’s 600 plus miles, so a long tiring trip ahead of them.

The 19th at the activities building will be the annual Johnson shindig, so make plans to be here. We always enjoy seeing kin we do not see very often. Richard Johnson of Louisville usually has a lot of family tree info.

By Hazel Fleming

Spa News

To contact Hazel Fleming about the Spa News, call 270-755-4523.

To contact Hazel Fleming about the Spa News, call 270-755-4523.

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