Trents Mill News
Published 6:10 pm Thursday, May 22, 2014
Happy Birthday wishes go out to Opal Pembelton, of Powhatan, and Temple Taylor, of Dillwyn, celebrating on Friday, May 23; Della Ford, of Cumberland, celebrating on Monday, May 26, and Casey Marion, of Cumberland, celebrating on Wednesday, May 28.
James and Virginia Boyles, of Cumberland, visited in the home of Billy and Louise Boyles in Amelia on Tuesday, May 20.
The annual Hudgins family reunion was held at the home of James and Virginia Boyles in Cumberland. A large crowd attended and enjoyed great food, fun and fellowship and special music featuring Worm Patterson and All Problems Solved.
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Congratulations to all high school, college and university graduates. May God’s blessings be on you and your future as you strive to achieve your goals of what you hope to be a successful and rewarding future.
Barry and Linda Miles, of Cumberland, Susie Taylor, of Dillwyn, along with Patricia Woodfin, of New Canton, all enjoyed an afternoon of great food and fellowship at a Charlottesville restaurant on Wednesday, May 21 in honor of Susie Taylor’s 56th birthday.
Remember: Memorial Day weekend begins Friday, May 23 and continues through Monday May 26. We hope that you and your family are blessed with a happy and safe one, as you travel, be safe, look out for your fellowman, but most important of all, let us pray and thank God for the men and women who have fought and continue to fight for our freedom and also their families.
A little Biblical humor: Which Bible character had no parents? Answer: Joshua, son of Nun.
Maranatha Baptist Church, located on Tuggle Road in Prince Edward will be hosting Missionary Sunday on May 25. Mike Ward, a missionary to Africa will be presenting messages on missions during the 10 a.m. Sunday school hour, 11 a.m. morning worship hour, and Sunday evening 6 p.m. service. Pastor Steve Conwell and the congregation cordially invite all to attend.
For further information, contact pastor Steve Conwell at the church office 434-392-6679, home 434-392-8009.
Buckingham Baptist Church, located on North James Madison Highway, will host a benefit spaghetti dinner for the youth ministry fund on Friday evening, May 23 from 6-8 p.m.
Dinner will include homemade spaghetti, garlic bread, tossed salad, dessert and a drink. A suggested donation for adult is $7 and $3 for children. Meals are takeout or eat-in.