Gordonsburg/Little Swan News

Series: Gordonsburg | Story 138

March 30, 2023

By Dorothy Warf

Contributing Writer

Well as is the custom with Tennessee weather we have had thunderstorms, hard rain, lightening, cold nights and some warm days and also some high winds, but thank God we escaped the damaging winds and storms like they had in Mississippi and even in some areas of middle Tennessee. There may have been storms in other areas but do not know for sure. We had a great weekend with days warm enough that you could go outside in shirt sleeves and be comfortable.

Those I know of who are sick either at home, in nursing facilities or in the hospitals are: Joyce Barnes, Larry Bates, Colene Beasley, Lois Bennett, Elizabeth Boggs, Dorothy Carroll, Kathleen Carroll, Spencer Clark, Peggy Cook, Pat Dickson, Verlin George, Ophelia Green, Calvin Harris, Shirley Howe, Monette King, Hannah Kat Love, Claire Elizabeth Mayberry, Helen McCann, Richie McCann, William McCann, Doug Miller, Howard Miller, Jackie McFall, Carla Murphy, Lonnie Odom, Joy Orman, Roger Pace, Debbie Pierce, Sandra Poag, Jarrod Reagan, Mike Runions, Russell Runions, T R Runions, Peggy Sims, Johnnie Faye Skelton, Diane Williams, and Annette Williams. Remember these in your daily prayers that they might be better and for any others that need prayers.

There was a birthday party for Kaitlynn Tripp, Ellie and Aaron Eastep on Saturday afternoon at the home of Jeanea Warf and several family members attended the event complete with ice cream and cake, along with cotton candy and goodies for all the children.

We wish a happy birthday Erik Odom April 2nd, Lily Carroll the 3rd, Mandy Hinson and Lucas Baker the 5th and Derrick Graves and Monica Dupont the 6th, wishing for these a very happy birthday and many more years to celebrate life.

Prayers for all those who have lost loved ones this past week Terry Wayne Duncan, Charlotte “Shirley” Bates Talley, Wanda Lee (Talley) Keeton, Betty Jo Truett, Wanda Louise Qualls, Dale Edward Foor, and Cody Ray Ola. Prayers for all these families and any others about which we may not know.

Remember the Reimagining America: The Maps of Lewis and Clark” exhibit which will be here in Lewis County at the Depot until May 6, 2023. This is an amazing exhibit to have in our county there is no charge to see the exhibit, and this is history especially for Lewis County. Students should especially be interested in this exhibit.

The Lewis County Historical Society will meet on Monday, April 3, 2023, at the Senior Citizen building at 6 pm. We will be having a program presented by park ranger Jeremy Childs. He will be talking about all they things that can be enjoyed in the park; there are many campgrounds and small creeks with picnic areas in the park be sure to come out and enjoy the program.

Hopefully your family can be out in the coming days and enjoy the warmer weather and see the beautiful trees and shrubs and the bluebells along the roadside near the creeks and water ways are getting their blooms and are really pretty. Have and great week and thank God every day for all the blessings we have here in this area.


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