Valentine’s dinner was a success
Happy birthday to Wayne Lipscomb, of Cumberland (Feb. 19); Will Cloud, of Cumberland, and Gail Thomas, of New Canton (Feb. 23); and Sarah Davis, of New Canton (Feb. 24).
Happy anniversary wishes are sent to Pastor Clyde and Eloise Senger, of Crewe, and Sammy and Debbie Kress, of Spout Springs (Feb. 20).
Loaves of Love food pantry operated by the Seven Day Adventist Church in Cartersville will hold the next food distribution Sunday (bring two forms of ID). Appointments are recommended, however walk-ins are accepted. Call (804) 512-7547 for information. Tax-deductible donations are appreciated.
Spreading God’s Gifts, Inc. would like to thank business sponsors, volunteers, First Baptist Church and all who attended the Valentines Dinner fundraiser on Saturday evening. It was a great success — by you helping us, we can help others.
Please remember to keep Katrina Farmer Blankenship, of Powhatan, in your prayers as she continues to battle severe health problems.
Fitzgerald Baptist Church of Cumberland, partnering with Central Virginia Food Bank Feed More Program of Richmond, will hold a food distribution for Cumberland and Cartersville residents Monday starting at noon at Southworth Power & Equipment, 1273 Anderson Hwy., Cumberland. You must be registered or see director Jerry Seal. Food recipients are asked to bring bags. USDA foods will also be distributed.
ANNIE MAY MILES is the columnist for Trents Mill. Her email is email@example.com.