‘Show and Tell’ meeting held at library
Published 9:58 am Thursday, January 26, 2017
The Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society met Jan. 19 for its annual “Show and Tell” meeting. It is always interesting to see what the different members will bring. To mention a few, Shirley Blackwell brought in a small statue of Joan of Arc and Dr. Brent Roberts brought in a 1934 book on Longwood. The society welcomes Roberts as a new member; he is the new dean of the Greenwood Library at Longwood University.
The Prospect Happy Hats met Jan. 5 for its January get together. They made plans for the coming year. Those coming together were Hilda Allen, Doris Bellofatto, Jean Covington, Elfrieda Kerns, Betty Meadows, Ann Norton, Rita Rountree, Pat Smith, Margaret Stockton, Betty Sumner, Jeannette Tarlton and Dolly Worthy.
The Kelseys had their family members home for Christmas, except the Aimesburys, in New Hampshire.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Meadows spent Dec. 28 in Richmond. They were lucky enough to visit with three grandchildren, Josh Shotwell, of Richmond, Zack Shotwell, of Great Lakes, Ill., and Kate Shotwell, of Evanston, Ill. at the same time. They had lunch at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Shotwell.
Mrs. Flora Bolt met Garland Woodson and his daughter, Debbie Woodson, of Sanford, N.C. at Merk’s Place on Dec. 28 for dinner. Joining them were Anne Parker, Steve Bolt and Sharon. Debbie was spending the week with her father.
Mrs. Pat Smith recently drove to Zion’s Crossroads to meet her father, Mr. John Keaveny for lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and their children, Charles, Christina and Brianna and her friend, Josh, met in Lynchburg to have lunch at Golden Corral recently. They were celebrating three family birthdays that occurred in January. Jeff’s was Jan. 11, Charles Jr.’s was Jan. 15 and Charles Sr.’s was Jan. 20.
On Jan. 19, Mrs. Flora Bolt visited two ladies, Lucille and Martha Alice at Brookview Lodge. She was glad to find the ladies doing well.
The Rev. Buddy Woodson and wife Lois, of Scottsville, were guests at the Appomattox P.E. Presbyterian Church at Tuggle on Jan. 22. Buddy brought an inspiring message from the pulpit. It is always a joy to hear him. Following the service, the Woodsons and Bolts were guests of Mrs. Judy Bolt and son Chris for lunch.
Friends and neighbors are praying for a speedy recovery for Jean Alford, Shirley Martin, Bonnie Oswald, Ray George, Joyce C. Floyd, Gary Fiscus, Jean P. Derrenbacker, Betty Jean Bolt and Mildred Harvey Shanks.
Harlan Austin will be with the members of Appomattox P.E. Presbyterian Church at Tuggle Sunday. They invite all to worship with them each Sunday.
It was good to have many guests last Sunday to hear the Rev. Buddy Woodson. He has many relatives in the area.
The membership of Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church at Prospect invites everyone to come and worship with them every Sunday; Sunday school is at 10 a.m. with worship at 11 a.m. The Rev. Caitlin Hoy will be at the church Sunday.
Calvary Chapel-Farmville invites you to worship with them Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. They invite you to join them each week on Wednesday evening for Bible Study for all age groups at 7 p.m. The church is located at 302 Industrial Park Road, in the former Stackpole-Carbone building.
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Margaret Stockton is the Tuggle News columnist. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.