Monday, August 4, 2008

Southern Crittenden County News: July 24, 2008

By Michelle Henderson and Matthew T. Patton

Kert Suzuki Turley, son of Robert and Kyoko Turley, was born July 13, 2008 at 1:39 a.m. at New York Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan. He weighed 7 lbs., 3 oz., and was 20 inches long. Robert's family has roots in the area.

Seven Springs had 39 in attendance for Sunday school. Some speculate the blazing summer heat may have kept some at home. More arrived for the preaching services.

Rev. Rodney Travis will be preaching at the Mexico Baptist Church on Sunday, July 27. He is the son of the late Haskall Travis and Katherine Travis of the Caldwell Springs community.

Debbie Holsapple is still recovering from surgery. We wish her well!

Happy 18th birthday to Jordan Wadsworth (July 30).

Our sympathies to the family of Betty Jean (Kirk) Owen, 78, of Frances, who passed away last week. She was a member of Seven Springs.

We accidentally misspelled Josh, Jacob and Star Mahn's last name in the last issue. In the July 10 issue, we also misstated that Rebecca Wilhoit was in town on Saturday. She was here on Friday, July 4. We regret the errors.

Bingo is held every Thursday and Saturday night at Riverside Café in Dycusburg, starting at 7 p.m. Proceeds are donated to the fireworks fund for July 4 celebrations.

Recipes have been pouring in for the Dycusburg cookbook we plan to have published in the fall. Please submit your recipes in the categories of "Appetizers and Beverages;" "Soups and Salads;" "Vegetables and Side Dishes;" "Main Dishes;" "Breads and Rolls;" "Desserts;" and "Cookies and Candy." You can submit them by e-mailing or mailing them to DCG, P.O. Box 112, Dycusburg, KY 42037.

The Dycusburg Community Group (DCG) is also seeking food and other vendors for the Dycusburg Day festival (Oct. 11). More information about booth fees will be printed soon.

The next meeting of the DCG will be 6 p.m., Friday, July 25 at the home of Michelle Henderson. Those interested in helping plan for Dycusburg Day are encouraged to attend.

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