Notes from Sara Givens

Published 12:19 pm Thursday, October 4, 2018

By Sara Givens

Elder Robert Coulter and congregation of Boneyville Baptist Church will be worshipping with Siberia Baptist Church, Hodgensville on Sunday, Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. There will be no Sunday School and the morning worship will start at 10 a.m. instead of 11:30 a.m. If you should need a ride to Siberia, the van will be available.

Sympathy is extended to the family of Mrs. Bessie Salter Brown of Dayton, Ohio. The funeral service was Tuesday in Dayton. She is the sister of Mr. Jimmy Ray Salter of Canton, Ohio and her twin brother, Mr. Jesse Salter of Dayton. She is also a 1958 graduate of the former Lincoln High School.

The community of Boneyville is very happy that Rev. Reginald Pullums and family will remain in Boneyville. Pastor Pullums remains the pastor of Bethel A.M.E. Church.

Happy 90th birthday to Mrs. Vivian Welch!

Mrs. Cammie Coulter has been released from the hospital after undergoing surgery.

Mrs. Shelly Mitchell, Ms. Veronica Cotton, Ms. Kimberly Johnson, Ms. Sandra Hill and Miss Trudy Gooch spent the weekend in Bowling Green with Miss Kenisha Mitchell.
Let’s continue to pray for the sick and shut-ins.

On the Road Again

Ms. Barthenia Brown, Mrs. Dorothy Napier and Mrs. Sara Givens along with 43 other passengers enjoyed a nine-day trip to South Dakota. They visited Peoria, Illinois, Amana, Iowa, Sioux City, Iowa, the Corn Palace in Mitchell, S.D., the Badlands National Park, the Pizza Ranch, The Journey Museum, the Crazy Horse Memorial, the NaJa Shrine Center, Fort Hays, the Borglum Historical Center, Mount Rushmore National Monument, the Custer State Park, the Deadwood History and Information Depot, the High Plains Western Heritage Center, the Silverado Casino for lunch, the Wall Drug Store and the Great Des Moines Botanical Gardens, just to name a few places of interest. The trip was wonderful! Thanks to
Mrs. Amanda Coffey from PBK Bank and Diamond Tours, for a well-planned “vacation” for all of us. There is nothing like getting away and there is nothing like putting our feet on Kentucky soil.

Thought for the week: Wisdom gives leaders the authority to lead because it gives followers a reason to trust.