Trents Mill News
Published 4:19 pm Thursday, December 15, 2011
December 15 – Happy Birthday wishes are sent out to Glenda Walton, of Dillwyn, celebrating on Friday, December 16; Barbara Davis, of Arvonia, celebrating on Tuesday, December 20; Linda Miles, of Cumberland, celebrating on Wednesday, December 21; and James Boyles, of Cumberland, celebrating on Thursday, December 22.
Barry and Linda Miles, of Cumberland, Jim Horning and his friend Karen Agnew, both of Richmond, and Tom Snead of Richmond and David and Cheryl Miles and their twins Mitchel and Michael Miles, all of Glen Allen, enjoyed great food, fun and fellowship at a dinner concert presentation “The Light” at Mount Vernon Baptist Church in Glen Allen on Wednesday evening, December 7.
Our thoughts and prayers go out this week to those who are sick and shut-in.
Congratutions to Earl and Gladys Absher who will be celebrating their wedding anniversary on Friday, December 16.
Barry and Linda Miles , Patsy Gilliland, of Nathalee, and Janie Evans, Joyce Smith and Berta Childress, all of Phenix, all en-joyed a wonderful afternoon of great food, fun and fellowship at a Farmville Restaurant on Friday, December 9. The group also enjoyed and received a great blessing from the new Life Assembly of God presentation “A Misfit Christmas.”
The Farmville Herald Correspondents Banquet was held on Monday, December 12 at Country Cookin' in Farmville. A large crowd attended and we would like to thank the entire management and staff for a great afternoon of good food and fellowship.
Barry and Linda Miles visited several residents at The Woodlands on Monday, December 12.
Timmy Wallace and Florence Banton, of Buckingham, attended the New Life Assembly of God presentation “A Misfit Christmas” on Saturday, December 10. Both Wallace and Baton stated that it was the most wonderful spectacular Christmas program they have ever been too.
Barry and Linda Miles and Ray Miles, all of Cumberland, along with Pete and Annie May Miles of Dillwyn and Gladys Toney of Highland Springs all enjoyed an afternoon lunch out at a Richmond restaurant on Wednesday, December 14.
A very special Happy Birthday wish is sent out this week from family, friends and loved ones to Mary Martin of Cumber-land. She will celebrate her 99th birthday on Wednesday, December 21. She gives God the glory, honor and praise for her many years here on earth.
Thought for the Day: Don't take Christ out of Christmas.
From our home to yours, have a Merry Christmas, a happy safe and prosperous 2012 in the Lord and let us remember that Je-sus is truly the real meaning of the Holiday Season.
Spreading God's Gifts Inc. is a local non-profit organization that helps individuals with many needs is conducting a drawing on Friday evening, Dec. 23 at 7 p.m. at Taylor's Convince of Dillwyn. Tickets as available for a $1 donation. The top prize is a hand-made throw cover made and donated by Katie Taylor of Dillwyn and second prize is a hand-painted portrait done and do-nated by Nan Shows pet Portraits of Buckingham and third place prize is $40 gift certificate donated by Pine's Italian Restau-rant of Dillwyn. To purchase tickets contact Wayne an Tempy Davenport at 434-983-2269 or call Barry and Linda Miles at home 804-492-5806 or cell 434-315-4181. Individuals need not to be present to win.
Happy Birthday Jesus! Address: Heaven, Sunday, Dec. 25.
Maratha Baptist Church, located on Tuggle Road in Prince Edward, will be presenting their annual Youth Christmas Pro-gram on Sunday evening, December 18 at 6 p.m. This year's theme is “What Does God Want For Christmas?” There will be refreshments following the program in the church fellowship hall. All are cordially invited to attend. For further information, contact Pastor Steve Conwell at the church office at 434-392-6679 or (home phone) 434-392-8009.