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Trents Mill News

Happy Birthday wishes are sent out to Gladys Banton, of Scottsville, and Dick Midkiff, of Dillwyn, celebrating on Friday, October 5, and Earl Absher, of Dillwyn, and Cecelia Branch, of Heritage Hall Nursing Home, in Dillwyn, celebrating on Wednesday Oct. 10.

Congratulations to Dan (Shot) and Betty Jo LeSueur of Dillwyn. The couple will be celebrating their wedding anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 6.

Barry and Linda Miles, of Cumberland, along with Darlene Christian of New Canton all enjoyed an evening of great food and fellowship at a Farmville Restaurant on Monday, Oct. 1.

Visiting in the home of Ralph and Fern Dunnavant of Dillwyn for a few days last week was her son Jody Frye of Chicago. They all had a great time together.

Sympathy is extended to the Waycaster family of Dillwyn. Aaron Grayson (A.G.) Waycaster, 90, of Dillwyn, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 27. A funeral service was held on Sunday, Sept. 20 in Cumberland. He will be greatly missed by all.

Visiting in the home of Pete and Annie May Miles in Dillwyn last week was Larry and Barbara Barone of Cumberland.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those who are sick and shut-in.

Virginia Boyles, of Cumberland, celebrated her 80 birthday on Thursday, Sept. 27. In honor of her birthday, a large crowd packed the Cartersville Rescue Squad Building for a luncheon on Saturday, Sept. 29. Family, friends, and loved ones from all over the area came and enjoyed great food, fun and fellowship.

Barry Miles along with Tina and Holly Cook of Midlothian enjoyed the day in Lynchburg and Farmville and ended up with the evening meal at a Cumberland Restaurant on Tuesday, Oct. 2.

Welcome home to Danny Figgins (the Singing Policeman) of Front Royal, who has returned home for a ten-day mission trip to Romania. Barry Miles of Cumberland spoke to Figgins by phone on Saturday, Sept. 29 and Figgins had these words to say, “First of all thanks to everyone locally who helped finance my trip, without the Lord and you all I couldn't have done it. While there, we traveled to many villages, hospitals, prisons and many streets sharing the Gospel in song and testimony. Over 200 people accepted Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. I along with my team of about 35 other local people are already planning our trip back to Romania in 2013.”

The Buckingham County Christian Fellowship Association, a non-profit organization, will host their regular monthly meeting on Saturday, Oct. 6 at 9 a.m. at a breakfast buffet at Teresa's Place, located at Sprouses Corner. All members attending will have their meal covered from the general fund. All guest attending will pay $8.30 per person. All are cordially invited to attend. For further information, contact President Barry Miles at 804-492-5806 or cell 434-315-4181.

Arvonia Christian Fellowship Church located off of U.S. 15 North of Dillwyn in Arvonia on State Route 672, will host a Gospel Sing and supper on Saturday, Oct. 6. A buffet supper will begin at 6 p.m. followed by Gospel Music from church singers and musicians beginning at 7 p.m. A love offering will be received. All are cordially invited to attend.

Cedar Baptist Church, located just off of U.S. Rt. 15 North of Dillwyn on State Rt. 650 (Trents Mill Rd.) hosts a Men's Promise Keepers Prayer Breakfast Sunday mornings (excluding fifth Sundays) from 8:30 t0 9:30 a.m.

The Arvonia Christian Fellowship Church Thrift Store, located on Circle Drive in Arvonia, is open Monday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All proceeds from the thrift store are used to help individuals and families in their hour of need. For further information, contact the Thrift Store during working hours at 434-581-2474.