By Michelle Henderson
Happy birthday to the following: Bobby Mayes Oct. 12, Carol Carroll Oct. 13, and Jeff Winding on Oct. 17.
The Dycusburg Community Group did not do the scheduled clean up on Oct. 9 due to rainy weather. Members did an impromptu clean up on Saturday morning. If interested in volunteering your time or money for cleaning supplies, please call 988-2758 before 5 p.m., or e-mail at Dycusburg@yahoo.com. All donations to the group are tax deductible.
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Brian Coleman, son of Jim and Debbie Richardson, left for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. on Oct. 13. He is joining the Army National Guard. Debbie visited with her daughter, Christina Stempien, in Las Vegas Sept. 2–16. Debbie is still recovering from her surgery earlier this month. The community extends get well wishes to her.
Fall Revival at the Dycusburg Baptist Church will be held Oct. 25–28. All are invited to attend.
The Longshore Lamb Memorial Ceremony was a big success. Approximately 100 people came to the event. It was reported that people from at least 14 different states were represented.
A baby shower was held on Sunday, Oct. 11 at the Calvary Baptist Church for Chase and Jennifer Matthews. Refreshments were served and games were played by several in attendance.
In last week’s article, I made an error reporting the time of the singing and supper for Justin O’Bryan’s benefit. The chili supper was at 4 p.m. and the singing at 6:30 p.m. I’d like to apologize for any inconvenience this error may have caused. There was a nice turnout and the family would like to thank everyone for their generosity. Please mail any donations to help pay medical and travel expenses to Richard and Teresa O’Bryan, P.O. Box 59, Dycusburg, KY 42037. According to family members, Justin has had glaucoma since he was about three months old.
Quote of the week: “Without history, we are the prisoners of the accident of where and when we were born,” - Donald Kagan.
Riddle of the week: What gets wet as it dries? Last week’s riddle answer: Imagine you are in the middle of a forest surrounded by tigers you have nothing to defend yourself, what do you
do? Stop imagining.
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