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We are praying and sending our condolences to the family of Mr. Fred Muenzmay of Union Square. Mr. Muenzmay was a pure neighbor who faithfully attended the Neighborhood Watch meetings until his health weakened. Union Square will miss him.
Remember that Union Square will have its Neighborhood Watch meeting Monday, August 2, at 6 p.m.
ALFA Agent Mrs. Tasha Howell is more than just a sheriff’s wife who supports Coosa County. She takes good care of people’s life affairs, as well, and she does a very great job! We appreciate her being here in Rockford doing a big job for little Rockford. Warm thanks to Mrs. Howell.
Our prayers go out to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goggans and children of their losses. We sincerely pray for them every day that God will restore.
Happy belated birthday to my brother-in-law Mike Hardman. Birthday wishes go to my ex-sister-in-law Shelia (Reen) D. Daniel; her son Stevie (my nephew) says, “Enjoy your day to the maximum!”
If anybody needs a good computer expert to find the problem, get on U.S. Highway 231 to Hanover to Coosa County Road 49. You will find Mr. Scott there waiting on you. If you don’t want to drive there first, just call him at 256-537-3730.
Prayer list: Chesley Days, Mrs. Betty S. Cleveland-Brit, Lady Mary McDonald, Pastor Kenny McDonald, all of Union Square’s under-the-weather neighbors, my sister Peggy Crayton, Felix Crayton Jr., and all churches and members.
My friend Frankie’s (Minister Cousin’s) 5-year-old granddaughter Kelseigh (Miss Princess) heard her grandmother was going to preach at New Home Church in Hissop, Kelseigh says to Frankie, “When you finish preaching I’m going to preach,” and said it very seriously.
My 1-and-a-half-year-old great-granddaughter Chelsey loves to use sanitizer, and when she comes to the house the first thing she looks for and grabs is the sanitizer. She puts it all over her hands, arms and legs. Her dad says to her, “Not on your legs; it’s not lotion.” She keeps rubbing it on until it is all rubbed in. I get such a kick out of it because she enjoys it, thinking that’s the right thing to do. I laughed and said to her, “It’s OK. You are sterile now.”
“Faith has been defined as taking a step beyond the light.”
Call Ruby at 256-377-1098 to spread your good news.