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Union Square Neighborhood Watch is Monday, September 13, at 6 p.m. I hope everyone had a happy Labor Day. We did enjoy ours, doing nothing but resting from labor.
Last Friday was one of the best readings of “The Coosa County News.” Every column was uplifting, especially the commission. All of the commissioners were on one accord, and Christa Jennings did a wonderful job recording all the facts in her brain to write such an awesome long article of the meeting. Job well done, Christa. Mr. David Tuck would have been pleased if he was still here. He loved reading good things in “The Coosa County News.”
Pastor Michael Strong said it all in his column, “The Gospel Truth.” “When God moves” was his title, a very powerful column and to be so true.
Mrs. Jodi McDade, I am totally with you about our veterans. I love them, I thank them, and I appreciate all of them, deceased and alive. If no one else loves you, veterans, just know that Jodi and Ruby do.
“Have you seen the old woman who sits on the side of the road?” by Joe Camp was good for the soul! I enjoyed reading it.
Kelseigh (Miss Princess) Sims, granddaughter of the Cousins, loves Minnie and Mickey Mouse and all the Disney princesses. For her sixth birthday she went to Disney World and got the opportunity to see all of her favorite characters. She was amazed when they would wave at her and wish her a happy birthday by name. It was a dream come true for a precious little one born six years ago at 24 weeks! God be praised. Happy birthday to our little princess on September 4, and we love you very much!
Our prayers are with the family of Lady Linda Hunter with much sympathy.
We wish all September babies a blessed birthday: Lady Vickie Hicks, Sylvia Plummer and Oliver Daniel.
Did you know? Rabbits and humans get roughly the same amount of sleep (at least we’re supposed to), about eight hours every 24 hours. However, rabbits sleep open eyed so they can snap awake when sudden movements occur nearby as a defense against predators.
“A little knowledge that acts is worth infinitely more than much knowledge that is idle.” – Khalil Gibran
Call Ruby at 256-377-1098 to spread your good news.