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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Let’s keep everyone who is affected in prayer.
Union Square’s Neighborhood Watch meeting went well. Let me thank Union Square’s residents for working hard and staying together, even after such loss; still taking a stand for the community.
We thank Sheriff Howell and his staff for working with us so faithfully.
Union Square has some great people, and this is not a brag or a cliché. It’s a fact.
Yes, we also have great people who do not live in the Square, such as Ken Whitehead and Brandon Davis, both of whom are running for commissioner for District 3, in which we live.
Whitehead has attended our meeting since he began running.
Davis was there on Monday night to introduce himself and give us some ideas of what he wants to do for Coosa County to help bring about changes to better the county and for everyone.
He and Whitehead both are looking at the same needs. They stayed to fellowship with us as we all enjoyed some good homemade soup prepared by the ladies.
Sheriff Howell and Deputy Bradberry also helped us celebrate our autumn feast after giving the sheriff’s report and speaking on other issues that concern the people.
You people who do not come to the meetings are missing out on some good information that the news on TV doesn’t give you.
Mrs. Charlyne DeBardelaben won the door prize.
Speaking of great people in the Square, I want to give this 90 years young lady her flowers while she lives. This young lady has blessed me in many ways.
I have known her for many years, but as the years passed by I have really gotten to know her even better and love her more. She is so real and will tell you exactly what she thinks is right and with love in her heart.
She is one of the youngest 90 year olds that is so clean. I call her a clean addict. Everything has to be clean and in order. I laugh at her and call her Mrs. Daniel.
We can be sitting, talking, and she will see something out of place. She will get up to fix it. Or she could see a little dust or anything; she will get up and clean it off. She doesn’t wear glasses, but she can see a mile away if something is not clean or in the right place. A very clean cook she is.
You cannot tell me at 90 years old you must stop what you can do because of your age.
This young lady that I am speaking of and I love dearly is Union Square’s Mrs. Patsy Johnston.
Always remember this, “Broken crayons still color.”
Don’t forget to vote on November 8.
We are still keeping Mrs. Jean Baker, Madison Hill and Joyce Taylor in prayer.
Happy birthday to all October babies, Kim Pike and Melvin Larmon.
“God can’t be unfaithful.”
“They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.” – Lamentations 3:23
Call Ruby at 256-935-1330 to spread your good news.