Trents Mill News
Published 5:23 pm Thursday, June 26, 2014
June 26 — Happy belated birthday wishes go out to Dale Midkiff and Frances Smith, both of Dillwyn, celebrating on Saturday, June 28; Mary Dunkum, of Dillwyn, celebrating on Tuesday, July 1; Fern Donavan and Mamie Chesaldine, both of Dillwyn, celebrating on Wednesday, July 2.
Congratulations to Ray and Patsy Miles of Cumberland. The couple will celebrate their wedding anniversary on Friday, June 27.
Nell Spain, of Cumberland, visited in the home of Annie May Miles in Dillwyn on Friday afternoon, June 20.
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Dot Brown, of Richmond, and Bradley Carter, of North Carolina, spent a few days with their sister; Ann Carter, in Dillwyn last week.
The congregation of Maranatha Baptist Church in Farmville would like to wish their pastor Steve Conwell a very happy birthday on Friday, June 27.
Kevin and Rene Marion, of Cumberland, spent a few days last week on vacation down on the Potomac. A nice time was had.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those who are sick and shut-in.
Larry and Barbara Barone of Cumberland, visited in the home of Annie May Miles in Dillwyn on Monday, June 23.
Our thoughts and prayers go out this week to a special friend, Ann Carter, of Dillwyn, who recently had a fall. We ask for prayers for her speedy recovery.
Barry and Linda Miles, of Cumberland, along with Annie May Miles visited in the home of James and Virginia Boyles Cumberland on Monday afternoon, June 23.
A little Biblical humor: What excuse did Adam give to his children as to why he no longer lived in Eden?
Answer: Your mother ate us out of a house and home.
Belated happy wishes go out to Cathy Midkiff, of Cumberland, celebrating on Monday, June 23, and Peggy Johnson, of Buckingham, Grace Ownby, of Farmville, and Darlene Christian, of new Canton, all celebrating on Tuesday, June 24.
Barry and Linda Miles, Susie Taylor, of Dillwyn, and Patricia Woodfin, of New Canton, all enjoyed an afternoon meal at a Dillwyn restaurant on Tuesday, June 12.
Happy anniversary wishes go out to John and Cathy Trammer of Farmville. They celebratee on Thursday, June 26.
Hello this week to our dear friend in Christ, Ella Mae Dunn, of Farmville.
A large crowd attended a Father’s Day cookout at the home of Tommy Jo (T.J.) and Stephanie Waycaster and children on Sunday afternoon, June 15. Everyone had a great time of fun, food and fellowship.
Cheryl Canipe, of Henrico, along with Barry and Linda and Annie May Miles enjoyed an evening of fellowship and food at a Midlothian restaurant on Thursday, June 19.
Spreading God’s Gifts, Inc. is a local non-profit home-grown faith-based ministry organization that assists individuals or families in need. Primarily in Buckingham and surrounding counties. Spreading God’s Gifts will hold a special event on Friday and Saturday morning, June 27 and 28, from 8 a.m. until at Granny’s Attic located on U.S. Route 15 South of Sprouses Corner near Curdsville.
To donate baked food items or items for a yard sale or for further information contact Marie Adams at 434-392-9861. Funds resulting from this event will help individuals and families in the hour of need.
Jammin’ on the James is sponsoring summer concert series at Dorrier Park in partnership with the Town of Scottsville, Scottsville Chamber of Commerce and Scottsville for the Center of Arts In Nature. The second of four concerts will be held on Friday, July 4 from 5-8 p.m. The day will begin with a parade downtown at 9 a.m. That evening, beginning at 5 p.m., the opening band will feature Powers and Brown of Scottsville and the main act, Red Light Rodeo. The day will end with fireworks at dark. All are invited to bring the entire family and enjoy a day of fun in Scottsville. There is no admission charge. Food vendors will be on hand. For further information, contact Amy Moyer at 434-286-9267.
Arvon Baptist Church, located on North James Madison Hwy., in New Canton, will host a benefit supper and Gospel Sing on Saturday evening, June 28, from 6-8 p.m.
It aims to raise monies for those in surrounding area who are battling cancer. Supper will be served at 6 p.m. with hotdogs, hamburgers and more. At 7 p.m. Gospel Music will feature the Arvon Baptist Church Choir and Abby Jones of Buckingham. There is no admission charge but donations are appreciated. For further information, contact Pastor Troy Hickman at 434-547-5893.
Southern Gospel Music Soloist Danny Figgins (The Singing Policeman) will be in concert on Sunday morning, June 29 at 11 a.m. at Hatcher Baptist Church in Cumberland. All are cordially invited to attend. For further information, contact pastor Cameron Cloud at home at 804-492-4243 or at the church office at 804-492-4793.
Union Branch Baptist Church, located on Bridgeport Rd., in Arvonia, will hold their food distribution on Saturday, June 28 from 9-11 a.m. Recipients must be a Buckingham County resident. Boxes are served on a first-come first-served basis or until all food is gone. Further information, contact pastor Maynard Jones at 434-286-3518 or Barry Miles at home 804-492-5806 or (cell) 434-315-4181.