One-day trip to Wohlfahrt Oct. 29

Published 7:33 am Thursday, October 20, 2016

Happy birthday wishes are sent out this week to the following people: Thama Elder of Appomattox and Helen Reynolds of Powhatan Sunday, Oct. 23; Sandra Ownby of Dillwyn, Ailene Snoddy of Arvonia and Mary Hayes of Crewe Monday, Oct. 24; and Bethany England of Dillwyn Wednesday, Oct. 26.

Hello this week to our dear friends Billy and Marie Adams of Farmville.

Buckingham Baptist Church, 24234 North James Madison Hwy., Arvonia, with Mt. Zion Baptist Church of New Canton, will be hosting Trunk or Treat on Monday, Oct. 31 from 5:30-8 p.m.

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A speedy recovery is sent out this week to Stephanie Waycaster, of Powhatan, who spent three day in the hospital last week.

Our sympathy is extended to the Scott family of Dillwyn. Sharon (Sherry) Ballowe Scott age 63 went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, Oct. 8. A memorial services was held on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 11 a.m. at Cedar Baptist Church of Dillwyn. She will be greatly missed by all, but will be remembered for her love, caring and understanding ways that she had for others.

A large crowd attended the Gormus Reunion held last Saturday at Bear Creek Lake Pavilion. Everyone enjoyed the food and fellowship with 75 in attendance.

The Buckingham County Christian Fellowship Association, a non-profit organization, will be sponsoring a one-day bus trip on Saturday, Oct. 29, to the Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theatre in Wytheville to see the Wohlfahrt Haus Christmas Show. You will enjoy a delicious holiday feast along with all the Christmas songs you know and love, as well as dazzling dance numbers and beautiful costumes. This production also features a breath taking Nativity. Limited seating is now available (and to get more information) by contacting President Barry Miles at (804) 492-5806 or cell (434) 315-1481. Pickup points are Dillwyn Food Lion or Farmers Bank in Appomattox.

Do’s and don’ts of human food for dogs: 1. Carrots are good for dogs. They are high in beta carotene that produces vitamin A, and it’s also good for your dog’s teeth. 2. Onions are toxic for your dog. It can lead to red cell rupture, vomiting, diarrhea and stomach pains. Worse in Japanese dog breeds.

Annie May Miles is the columnist for Trents Mill. Her email address is