Program to distribute food Monday
Published 6:28 am Thursday, August 11, 2016
Happy birthday wishes are sent out this week to the following: CeCe Waycaster of Powhatan, Friday; Dorothy Jones of Cumberland, Sunday (and celebrating her 95th birthday); Jane Cooke of Cumberland, Monday; and Barry Miles of Cumberland and Wayne Williams of Dillwyn, both having birthdays on Aug. 18.
Ralph and Fern Dunnavant, of Dillwyn, visited her mother, Myrle Gibson, of Covington, on Wednesday, Aug. 3, and also with other family members. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of them.
A special birthday party was held last Sunday at the home of T.J. and Stephanie Waycaster of Powhatan for their daughter, CeCe, who turned 5 years old. Everyone had a nice time.
The Cumberland County Community Food Bank partnering with The Central Virginia Food Bank, a FeedMore Program of Richmond, will distribute food to Cumberland County residents, including Cartersville residents, Monday from 11:30 a.m. until all food is gone at the old Cumberland County Elementary School Cafeteria next door to the gym, 1874 Anderson Hwy. You must have already registered to get food or you must see the director Jerry Seal. All food recipients please bring bags.
Also on Monday, you may apply for USDA Foods if you have not already done so. Those of you that have already applied and have been approved will be able to pick up your USDA food along with your other regular food.
For further information contact the director, Jerry Seal, at (434) 492-4207 or Barry Miles at (434) 492-5806
Prayers go out this week to all those who are sick and shut-in everywhere.
Barry and Linda Miles, of Cumberland want to send out a very special hello this week to Chuck and Nancy Fairchild of New Canton. You’re in our thoughts and prayers.
Loaves of Love food pantry is operated by the Seven Day Adventist Church in Cartersville. This food pantry is designed for Cumberland County residents, which includes Cartersville. The next food distribution will be held Aug. 18 from 2-3 p.m. They will be serving all seniors 60 and older with no exceptions. All seniors have to re-register. From 3-4 p.m., they will serve all others who qualify. Everybody must bring in two forms of ID and proof of income — your photo ID and proof that you reside in Cumberland such as an electric bill, tax bill or voter ID, etc., or you may not be able to pick up your food. Please note there will no longer be appointments. For further information please call Jessica at (804) 512-7547 or Barry at (804) 492-5806 or cell (434) 315-4181. Your tax-deductible donation is appreciated and will help obtain more food. Note: All food boxes are severed on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Former Craddock Terry Shoe Factory had its annual breakfast meeting at Teresa’s Place in Dillwyn on Saturday. A large crowd attended. A nice time was had by all. With lots good food, fun and fellowship.
Annie May Miles is the columnist for Trent’s Mill. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.