Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Southern Crittenden County News: Aug. 14, 2008

By Michelle Henderson and Matthew T. Patton

Congratulations to Joe and Norma McCord of Kuttawa on their 50th wedding anniversary. Many remember when Joe McCord was the P.E. teacher at Frances Elementary.

Bro. Don Guess preached at Seven Springs on Sunday. Attendance at Sunday school was 57, with several more arriving for preaching.

Gina Noffsinger is recuperating in the hospital in Owensboro. Barbara Ethridge went to be with her.

Our sympathies are extended to the family of Bill Davenport.

Jeannie Griffin was released from the hospital on Monday. Continue to keep her in your thoughts as she recovers.

The county generously donated a dump truck to help clear the Chase Matthews property where his home will be built.

Dycusburg, Kentucky: A Glance at Her Past is available for purchase for a limited time (less than ten copies were recently ordered). To reserve your copy, call 215-285-0920 or send a check or money order for $75 to: Matthew T. Patton, 509 Onward Ave., Phoenixville, PA 19460.

The Dycusburg Community Group (DCG) is in need of donations while planning the Dycusburg Day event (Oct. 11). Funding will help with the band and games for our local children. Without financial help from the community, costly events like Dycusburg Day and the July 4 "Red, Whiteand Boom!" will not be possible in the future. In very simple terms: We need money. If you have friends and family who benefit from the events at Dycusburg, please consider sending a donation to: DCG, P.O. Box 112, Dycusburg, KY 42037.

The DCG will meet Saturday, Aug. 16 at noon at the home of Michelle Henderson. A light lunch will be served. All officers and members are encouraged to attend.

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